The two problems I have with this highly intelligent experience is that John Hambone keeps leading the enemy soldiers in pursuit through populated areas. He is putting innocent Vietnamese villagers at risk from gunfire.
Why did he not consider the safety of the innocent villagers?
He also killed a chicken. What gave him the right to slaughter the chicken?
Other than these minor gripes - this highly intelligent film will please most intellectual viewers seeking something more than a basic, gung ho action film.
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