R | | Drama, War
During the early 1960s, U.S. military advisers in South Vietnam discover the same challenges that plagued the French army in Indochina ten years prior.
'Amapola' is the Spanish word for poppy, and used in the film as slang for opium.
Ol' Barker might just come down here and shoot my balls off.
At the very beginning of the movie during the credits and the overview of the camp and right after the title shot, if you look in the far background at the top of the scene you can see what looks like traffic and cars passing by.
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