PG-13 | | Drama, Romance
Jessica Lange stars in a period drama about a family moving to a military base, and she quickly becomes part of a cover-up involving nuclear bomb tests.
The picture was filmed during May, June, and July 1990, four years prior to the film being released to theaters.
I suppose we all have to grow old someday. I just don't think you got to look bad in the process.
While the film deserves credit for showing the US Army using Bell H-13 Sioux helicopters in 1963, and a UH-1 Huey in high visibility, full color markings- both of which are correct for the era- one scene shows a Bell OH-58 Kiowa flying over an atomic test sight in 1963.
Nice try, but the Army didn't start using this chopper until the spring of 1969.
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