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I'm Canadian actually. What about the name made you think I may be Chinese-American?

As for Vietnam movies about it, I couldn't really find any. Like if I google "Vietnamese movies about the Vietnam war", almost all American movies on Vietnam come up.



What's the good reason for it being untouched?

Another good idea for a war movie is I would like to see a WWII that covers more of the Japanese side of things. I read that after the bombing of Hiroshima, that the Emperor wanted to surrender after that, but his own army tried to stage a coup to keep the war going, even after attacked by a nuke.

The attempted coup would be a good story to make a movie out of.



Donít they explain it in the movie? She makes those hand motions right?


Edit Iím a dummy and didnít see that this was a link.
If memory serves, it isn't really explained, though they did have to fill the entire room with water first, so take from that what you will.



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Donít they explain it in the movie? She makes those hand motions right?


Edit Iím a dummy and didnít see that this was a link.
If memory serves, it isn't really explained, though they did have to fill the entire room with water first, so take from that what you will.
My girlfriend is actually reading the book right now, Iím going to see how they handle that scene.



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I'm Canadian actually. What about the name made you think I may be Chinese-American?

As for Vietnam movies about it, I couldn't really find any. Like if I google "Vietnamese movies about the Vietnam war", almost all American movies on Vietnam come up.
Yes I havenít seen a Nam war movie not portraying the US and I would like one. I went to a Nam veteran museum recently...the North had elaborate cave systems in the jungle, some had schools, hospitals..all underground. Would be interesting to see that side of the war. I remember a scene in platoon when one of the soldiers was crawling through a tunnel although it was barren.



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Aight so the movie I'm still waiting for is one that covers the way in which technology is making people closer but in a different way. Yeah there's all kinds of camp horrors and thrillers about it but nothing that even considers positives or just the ways in which "alone" time changes. Hell, all of us here are talking to each other on a forum and I think we generally enjoy it. I find it very hard to convey with movies, but I'd be so into something like a Rohmer movie focused on internet & phone use.
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Aight so the movie I'm still waiting for is one that covers the way in which technology is making people closer but in a different way. Yeah there's all kinds of camp horrors and thrillers about it but nothing that even considers positives or just the ways in which "alone" time changes. Hell, all of us here are talking to each other on a forum and I think we generally enjoy it. I find it very hard to convey with movies, but I'd be so into something like a Rohmer movie focused on internet & phone use.
I would like to see movies show the opposite - how it dehumanizes society... You might like the movie by Ken Loach, "I, Daniel Blake" as it covers a few problems of the modern world.



I think the vietnam war is very much untouched...for good reason. My father was a part of that. There was a book and movie that were good "Hamburger Hill"
Three words.... The Deer Hunter.



The Wright Brothers as the initial aviators. This could easily be a best Picture frontrunner.