Loretta Young as a war correspondent sent to Korea. She is hard-nosed in every sense of the word. This all changes when she meets a fellow correspondent who introduces her to orphans. Then she gets a first-hand look at conditions in Korea. This was excellent propaganda for why we were continuing our efforts to aid the people during and after the conflict with North Korea ended in truce in 1953.
We see the lack of supplies, children searching for siblings as well as children forced to grow up too quickly beyond their years. For sure, they have missed their childhood, the latter always being a casualty of war.
How ironic before she saw the light was the fact that Young's investigative reporting was hurting the effort of children. See before you speak.
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