Concluding his Vietnam War trilogy that began with "Platoon" and soared with "Born on the Fourth of July," Academy Award-winning director Oliver Stone ("Natural Born Killers," "JFK") brings to the screen the true story of one Vietnamese woman's heroic struggle to survive war, hardship and upheaval in her own country and in her adopted land of America. Starring Academy Award-winner Tommy Lee Jones ("Batman Forever," "The Fugitive") as her soldier husband, and co-starring Joan Chen ("The Last Emperor"), Academy Award-winner Dr. Haing S. Ngor ("The Killing Fields"), Oscar-nominee Debbie Reynolds ("Singin' in the Rain"), and introducing Hiep Thi Le as Le Ly Hayslip, whose memoirs the film is based on. Winner of the 1993 Golden Globe Award for Best Original Score. Newsweek calls this film "powerful, highly-charged, undeniably gripping." The New York Times says "ravishing images...Stone is a fiery, impassioned filmmaker."