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Love and Honor -- When a young soldier in Vietnam gets dumped by his hometown girl, he and his best friend decide to go AWOL and return to the States to win her back.


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Writers (WGA):
Jim Burnstein (written by) &
Garrett K. Schiff (written by)
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Release Date:
22 March 2013 (USA) See more »
When a young soldier in Vietnam gets dumped by his hometown girl, he and his best friend decide to go AWOL and return to the States to win her back. | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Liam Hemsworth ... Mickey Wright

Austin Stowell ... Dalton Joiner

Teresa Palmer ... Candace

Aimee Teegarden ... Juniper / Jane

Chris Lowell ... Peter

Wyatt Russell ... Topher

Max Adler ... Burns
Delvon Roe ... Isaac

Michael Ellison ... Ray

Chris Newman ... LT. Johnson

Gordon Michaels ... Capt. Sinclair

Julian Gant ... Franklin
Chase Maser ... Sanchez

Claire Richards ... Joy the Stewardess
Roger Callard ... County Sheriff

Lauren Mae Shafer ... Meredith

Charlotte Ubben ... Coed

Cindy Chu ... Waitress

Ricky Wayne ... Officer Whiteside
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Apollo Bacala ... Hong Kong Terminal Passenger (uncredited)

Christine Bell ... Hippie (uncredited)
Randal Bruce ... Airline Passenger (uncredited)

Madison Conradis ... Hippie (uncredited)
Elise Edson ... Hula Hoop Girl (uncredited)
Tiffani Elise Edwards ... Airport Traveler (uncredited)

Robert Forte Shannon III ... Hippie (uncredited)
Andrew Freij ... Riot Starter (uncredited)
Wole Ikeji ... Rioter (uncredited)
Jason Jamal ... Squad Soldier (uncredited)
Tim Jenkins ... Hippie Protester (uncredited)

Patrick Potochick ... Riot Officer (uncredited)
Greg Prusiewicz ... Extra (uncredited)
DaJuan Rippy ... Extra (uncredited)
Nicholas Ritz ... Airport Traveler (uncredited)
Stephanie Schaberg ... Hippie Protester (uncredited)
Morris Lee Sullivan ... Business Traveler at Hong Kong Airport (uncredited)
Melody Teodoro-Kurtis ... Hong Kong Terminal Passenger (uncredited)

Directed by
Danny Mooney 
Writing credits
Jim Burnstein (written by) &
Garrett K. Schiff (written by)

Produced by
Jim Burnstein .... executive producer
Chip Diggins .... producer
Barbara Fiorentino .... associate producer
Patrick Olson .... producer
Peter Pastorelli .... executive producer
Eddie Rubin .... executive producer
Garrett K. Schiff .... executive producer
Original Music by
Alex Heffes 
Cinematography by
Theo van de Sande 
Film Editing by
Glenn Garland 
Casting by
Barbara Fiorentino 
Production Design by
Ethan Tobman 
Set Decoration by
Sandhya Huchingson 
Costume Design by
Karyn Wagner 
Makeup Department
Eleyna M. Brandt .... assistant makeup artist
Colleen Callaghan .... hair designer
Elizabeth Colburn .... makeup department head
Amber Crowe .... additional makeup artist
Lauri Cuppetilli .... key makeup artist
Christin Hanson .... additional makeup artist
Jessica Y. Hernandez .... additional make up artist
Rochelle Kneisley-Fisher .... additional make-up artist (as Rochelle Kneisely-Fisher)
Jon Lieckfelt .... hair stylist
John Tarro .... hair stylist
Production Management
Gavin J. Behrman .... unit production manager
Spike Allison Hooper .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Sheri Davani .... first assistant director
Mario Passera .... second second assistant director
Kamen Velkovsky .... second assistant director
John C. Wise .... second second assistant director
Art Department
Robert Barry .... prop assistant
Robert Brenner .... propmaker
Tiffany Brewer .... prop intern
Sean Clouser .... construction coordinator
Mark C. Davis Jr. .... clearance coordinator
Stefani Flack .... art department assistant
Laura Hinojosa .... graphic artist
Billy Jackson .... art department assistant
Jimmy Mero .... production intern
Gina Monastiere .... art and graphic designer
Kelci Parker .... prop intern
Ronit Pinto .... set dresser
Katt Qian .... graphic designer
Liz Ritenour .... art department intern
Sharon Roggio .... property master
Jil Romine .... props
Stacy Sayers .... art department assistant
A. Brad Schwartz .... props researcher (as Austin Bradley Schwartz)
Tom Sparkman .... scenic painter
Jil Szewski .... art department coordinator
Johnna Thomas .... assistant property master
Michael Trosper .... on-set dresser
Sound Department
Nash Cubero Jr. .... foley assistant
Richard Dwan Jr. .... supervising dialogue editor
Andrew Garrett Lange .... mix technician
Trevor Metz .... sound effects editor
Perry Robertson .... supervising sound editor
Jerry Stein .... sound mixer
Max Stein .... boom operator
Sebastian Sheehan Visconti .... sound editor
Kevin Zimmerman .... co-supervising sound editor
Special Effects by
Drew Jiritano .... special effects coordinator
Brian Walsh .... special effects assistant
Phil Dugas .... stunts
Craig Gubert .... stunt performer
Antal Kalik .... stunt double: motorcycle stunts
Martin Malota .... stunt double: Mickey Wright
Peter Malota .... stunt coordinator
Danny Maze .... stunt double: Austin Stowell
Ho-Sung Pak .... stunts
Patrick Potochick .... stunts
Danny Ray Cook .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Beau Chaput .... camera operator
Wallace Michael Chrouch .... still photographer
Kevin Culligan .... grip
Sam A. Davis .... camera pa (as Sam Davis)
Drew Dawson .... second assistant camera
Josh Denering .... best boy grip
Ryan Faulkner .... electrician
Ryan Faulkner .... grip
Geoff George .... second assistant camera
Paul Goodstein .... key grip
Gregg Horvath .... first assistant camera
Peter Johnson .... DIT
Mark Karavite .... "a" camera/steadicam operator
Paul McIlvaine .... gaffer
Chris McLeod .... additional best boy electric
Chris McLeod .... additional gaffer
Chris McLeod .... electrician
Chris Miller .... lighting technician
Daniel S. Noga .... b camera operator
Ben Peiny .... best boy grip
Todd 'Chin' Piepenbrok .... set electrician
Madeline Sekela .... camera utility
Scott Staton .... jib operator
Creig Symons .... dolly grip
Thom Valko .... assistant camera
Dave Wightman .... first assistant camera: b-camera
Jon Worful .... digital loader
Casting Department
Barbara Fiorentino .... casting
Charlene Lee .... casting assistant
Patty Majorczak-Connolly .... adr voice casting
Dayna Polehanki .... casting
Mark Sussman .... adr voice casting
Susu Tobia .... extras casting
Katrina Wandel .... casting associate
Brittani Smith .... casting intern (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Ashley Harrison .... costume intern
Aline Hong .... additional set costumer
Mary Kasprzak .... key set costumer
Danni McClellan .... costume assistant
Rachel Oaten .... costume intern
Jenna Ritter .... additional set costumer
Anthony Rivera Jr. .... set costumer
Mallory Vandruska .... costume intern
Gena Varajon .... additional costume production assistant
Editorial Department
Gus Comegys .... digital intermediate conform artist
John Daro .... digital intermediate colorist
Brent Mata .... assistant editor
Tom Scully .... assistant editor
Music Department
Jeff Atmajian .... orchestrator
James T. Hill .... score mixed by
Ben Hochstein .... music supervisor
Phil McGowan .... score mixing recordist
Tim Perrine .... music preparation
Peter Rotter .... music contractor
Carter B. Smith Jr. .... music consultant
Sharon Smith .... music editor
Transportation Department
Darrell Foley .... driver
Kimmie Knudsen .... driver: cast
Kurt Knudsen .... transportation coordinator
Robert Middendorff .... production van driver
Patrick Stephenson .... transportation captain
Other crew
Ryan Aliapoulios .... production office intern
Robert Axelrod .... production intern
Ariel Bond .... production intern
Tiffany Brewer .... additional production assistant
TeAira Bryant .... office assistant
David Burgis .... set production assistant
Jake Burnstein .... assistant to the director
Rebecca Call .... production office intern
Eric Carlson .... head chef
Kyle Colton .... stand-in
Ideene Dehdashti .... production assistant: first team
Kiamarz Fallahi .... additional set production assistant
Alex Fields .... location manager
Billy Finkenstaedt .... production office intern
Deanna M. Goossens .... travel coordinator
Chris Hancock .... production assistant
Derrick Hanna .... set production assistant
Amber Harley .... script supervisor (as Amber Fritz)
Shoshana Hurand .... set production assistant
Amanda Jabes .... payroll accountant
Juanita Jackson .... additional set production assistant
Jason Jamal .... production assistant (as Jason Wazeerud-din)
Connie Johnson .... location manager
Kaylee Johnson .... set production assistant
Kellin Johnson .... key production assistant
David J. Kennedy .... production secretary
Kristi Lake .... delivery consultant
Lydia Look .... Additional Voices
Kealey McGray .... production office intern
Adam McNinch .... production assistant
Scott Mooney .... assistant to the Writers
Susan T. Parsons .... production coordinator
Haley Prasad .... accounting intern
Alex Punch .... assistant to the producer
G. Scott Roberts .... location liaison
Raymond Tankard .... assistant location manager
Belinda Tantalo .... additional set production assistant
Bobby Thompson .... production assistant
Meghan Tkachuk .... additional set production assistant
Bob Tremblay .... assistant location manager
Alexander L. Vadasy .... set medic
Brandon Verdi .... assistant to the executive producer
Daniel Warnock .... set production assistant
Jamie Waxman .... 1st assistant accountant
Bob Weber .... post accountant
Tony Weinstock .... office intern
Jacqueline Wilton .... location assistant intern
Scott Wintner .... location liaison
Jerry Jarvis .... stand-in (uncredited)
Sophia Dilley .... special thanks
Ken Droz .... special thanks
Charlie Jennings .... special thanks
Ricky Winowiecki .... special thanks

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Rated PG-13 for drug content, sexuality, language and brief violence
USA:100 min
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Shiloh Fernandez auditioned for the role of Wright.See more »
Anachronisms: The Hong Kong International Airport at Chek Lap Kok in the movie did not become operational until 1998, 29 years after Apollo 11 being launched. The airport during the Vietnam war period was Kai Tak airport, it was closed and replaced by the new Hong Kong International Airport at Chek Lap Kok.See more »
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7 out of 16 people found the following review useful.
Another failed attempt at trying to appeal to a male audience, 25 March 2013
Author: estebangonzalez10 from Ecuador

¨Military fly free.¨

Love and Honor is yet another lame attempt at trying to make a chick flick appealing to men by adding some action, which in this case happened to be the Vietnam War. The only problem is that the action scenes only take place during the beginning of the film and the rest of the story is a plain formulaic chick flick which happens to star young good looking actors in order to appeal to its audience. Love and Honor isn't anything we haven't seen before in hundreds of other rom-coms and in everyday TV series. This film is Danny Mooney's directorial debut after having worked mostly as an actor in the industry. The script which is hard to believe wasn't adapted from a Nicholas Spark novel, was written by Jim Burnstein and Garrett K. Schiff, but one has to assume that they were deeply inspired by him when coming up with this story. One of the main issues I had with the film (apart from the cheesy scripts and characters) was that it never felt to me that we were in 1969. The production design team never managed to transport us into that world, like other great films have done so (more recently Argo). I can see why some people might enjoy this film, especially girls, considering it is a chick flick and has some likable young actors, but artistically it has little value. There are plenty of other great independent rom- coms that are worth checking out instead of this.

The story takes place in 1969 as we follow a group of American soldiers in Vietnam trying to survive the war. Mickey (Liam Hemsworth) is in charge of the radio equipment, while Joiner (Austin Stowell) has a special talent for recognizing explosive wires hidden throughout the place. He is the main reason why everyone is still alive, but there is a motivation for his attention to detail. Joiner is in love with Jane (Aimee Teegarden) and all he can think of is surviving along with his friends in order to return home safely and marry the girl of his dreams. Right before the soldiers are given a week off duty, Joiner gets a letter from Jane claiming she wants to break up with him. In order to win her back, Joiner decides to sneak back to Michigan during their week off. Mickey, an uncompromising young soldier, decides to help Joiner and make sure he returns without being caught. Thus the two soldiers arrive in Michigan and catch up with Jane, who is calling herself Juniper now and involved in an anti-war movement along with several other teens. Joiner wins her love back when Mickey claims they have deserted the war in protest, and ends up falling for one of Juniper's friends, Candace (Teresa Palmer). The two men experience the surreal counter culture of the Vietnam War back home, and at the same time end up falling in love while the entire world has their eyes on men's first voyage to the moon.

Whenever you don't have a solid script it's hard for the performances to be strong and credible. Liam Hemsworth and Teresa Palmer are very good looking actors and shared some chemistry, but the entire premise was so cheesy that it was hard to believe their story. Love and Honor ends up being yet another romantic melodrama that never explores the true value of the two words in the title. Aimee Teegarden and Austin Stowell served only as the back story for the main one, but they too lacked chemistry. As much as the producers wanted to appeal to a male audience, I think this film will only seduce young girls. It doesn't do much for a male audience and it is just another formulaic cliché film that does nothing to break from the boundaries of the genre.

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