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
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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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The real life subject of Spook must remain anonymous for his own safety. 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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The Truth of Canadas' Role in Vietnam
10 February 2005 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I know what you are all thinking, not another Vietnam war movie. Well your right it isn't, this story "SPOOK" is riveting. The characters are complex and it takes time for the story and characters to unfold, which adds to the suspense, keeping you on the edge of your seat wanting more clues to the story. I was impressed with the information received through this movie regarding Canadas' role in the Vietnam war. Many people didn't even realize Canadians fought in this war, let alone the political involvement of our government. It definitely is an eye opener to the politics of the war machine. Great script, great characters, way to go Barry. I hope to have the privilege of auditioning for your next movie, keep it up Mr. Levy.


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