About Canada's secret involvement in the Vietnam War.

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Dusty
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Kelly
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The Big Boss
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Company man #1
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Company man #2
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Bar Girl (as Holly Dignard)
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Editor
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Chinese son
Kim Le ...
The girl
Laara Sadiq ...
Barbara
Deborah DeMille ...
Frieda
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Pvt. Young
Ken Camroux-Taylor ...
Kick's dad (as Ken Camroux)
Suzanne Ristic ...
Kick's mom
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Based on the chilling true story of 'Kick' a Canadian who operated as a sniper for the CIA in Vietnam, and his personal post-war mission to expose the Canadian government's covert involvement in the war, and the 40,000 Canadians who secretly served there. Written by M. Pharaoh

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A Secret Dying to be Told

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Drama | Horror | Thriller | War

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12 April 2003 (USA)  »

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$1,150,000 (estimated)
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Canada manufactured napalm that was dropped on North Vietnamese soldiers, and also sent doctors, nurses, and field hospitals to treat the victims of that same napalm. See more »

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Dusty: Violence is like an A Bomb. It ripples out.
Kelly: When does it stop?
Dusty: Whadda ya mean, stop?
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References The Pentagon Papers (2003) See more »

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A wild ride about Canada's secret involvement in Vietnam.
16 June 2004 | by (Burnaby, Canada) – See all my reviews

Spook is a dark thriller that takes us down the conspiracy theory highway, behind the eyes of a sketchy 'Nam Vet. It's got a bit of a love story in it too, pretty good action, and lots of dirt on Canadian companies who did a lot of 'Catch 22' type of business and made a bundle on the war in Vietnam. There's a ton of irony in the information about Canada in Vietnam, but I'm not going to snitch. Levy does a lot of stuff from the Vet's point of view that is really trippy, and there are lots a great things to say about the editing and the music. Two great songs in it too, but I'm not sure what band did them. The acting is great too. It's his directing debut and, although it's not perfect, it really stands up as a very solid first movie. If you liked 'Jacob's Ladder', 'Conspiracy Theory', and 'The Deer Hunter', then you'll rock on this.


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