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Green Dragon (N/A)

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Green Dragon Starring Forest Whitaker and Patrick Swayze

Timothy Bui's debut feature film, Green Dragon, explores the crossroads between refugees and the officials in charge of ushering them into a foreign land. Starring acting veterans Forest Whitaker and Patrick Swayze alongside Duong Don and Trung Nguyen, Bui's film explores the emotional convictions in the midst of great social upheaval.

In 1975, as the war in Vietnam finally draws to a close, a number of Vietnamese refugees seeking new homes in the United States find themselves housed at the Camp Pendleton Marine base in California, where Sgt. Jim Lance (Patrick Swayze) is put in charge of their care. While there, he comes meets Tai (Duong Don), previously a translator for the U.S. army during the war. Drawn together by their emotional scars from the war, the two form a bond that transcends their backgrounds, bridges gaps between their respective friends and family, and bring collaboration within their newfound community.

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feature film - 115 Minutes | | 2001

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