A Vietnam veteran must overcome personal and professional obstacles while dealing with memories of the war.







Cast overview, first billed only:
Dyan Forest ...
Mrs. K
Richard Clark ...
Mr. K (as C. Richard Clark)
Documentary Director
Young Mr.K
Liam Parsekian ...
Young Elliott
Elizabeth Hess ...
Commercial Director
Jim DeMarse ...
Mr. Barnes
Katy Downing ...
Documentary Assistant
Oliver Stetler ...
Young Richie
Bill Hunter
Robin Haynes ...


A Vietnam veteran must overcome personal and professional obstacles while dealing with memories of the war.

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18 May 2008 (USA)  »

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A Movie with heart...a Soldier's Heart
16 June 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Soldier's Heart is a movie about a Vietnam veteran's life after returning from the War, and deals with his experience with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, a condition many soldiers face today as they try to pick up their lives again after serving in Iraq and other war torn countries. The main character, Elliot, finds it hard to cope after the war. His wife is recovering from Cancer, he is out of work and he is forced to take on a job he hates selling a product nobody wants so that he can pay the bills. He has relationship problems with his wife and with his father. At intervals throughout the movie, we see Elliot being interviewed for a documentary about his experiences in Vietnam. As he answers the tough questions about his time there, we begin to understand his emotional roller coaster existence. This movie illustrates the importance of talking about the horrors of war rather than keeping them bottled up inside. With the support of his wife and best friend, and the healing process of making that documentary, we find that Elliot's life turns around. There is hope for the hurting. I loved the movie because of the message. I highly recommend it to soldiers, veterans, and their families. I only wish that my own husband, who was a Vietnam Veteran, had lived to see it. Maybe it would have helped him to open up to me about his own experiences. But sadly he passed away before this film was completed.

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