Ordinary Heroes (1986)

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This is about a man falling in love with a woman and then immediately gets drafted into the Army during the Vietnam War. In the war he becomes blind and gets discharged.


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30 June 2000 | Hawks_Girl
I think I cried, but I'm not sure
It is a sad movie and it almost made me cry. Tony Kaiser (Richard Dean Anderson) finally finds the love of his life. But when then he has to go fighting in the Vietnam War. Because of a stupid accident, he gets blind. This ruins his life. He doesn't want any visitors. Even his girlfriend Maria isn't allowed to see him. His best friend - and also the person he saved in the War - succeeds in bringing him home, although he swore never to return. That part is the most heart warming. I'm not gonna tell more, just wait and see!

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Genres

Drama | War

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Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

Filming Locations

Park City, Utah, USA

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