Vietnam War vet Stephen Simmons must deal with a war of a different sort between his son and their friends, and a rival group of children. He also must deal with his own personal and employment problems that have resulted from his Vietnam experiences. Written by
David Stumme <firstname.lastname@example.org>
What's worth fighting for?
Did You Know?
The cigarettes Elvadine smokes in the movie are herbal, not tobacco. See more
When Moe and Stephen are draining the water from the mine, Moe lifts the valve up to the pipe twice. See more
You know, I saw an angel... a real one... and he was holding on to my hand... and I was going to go live in his kingdom... but he said I must come back and take care of my daddy.
When the credits are over and the music ends, we hear a helicopter. See more
References Gone with the Wind
Up On Cripple Creek
Written by Robbie Robertson
Performed by The Band
Courtesy of Capitol Records
Under license from CEMA Special Markets See more