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Heaven & Earth (20-Jan-1993)

Director: Oliver Stone

Writer: Oliver Stone

Based on a book: When Heaven and Earth Changed Places by Le Ly Hayslip and Jay Wurts

Keywords: Drama, Vietnam War

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Robert John Burke
Actor
12-Sep-1960   Fr. Mickey on Rescue Me
Timothy Carhart
Actor
24-Dec-1953   Pink Cadillac
Michael Paul Chan
Actor
26-Jun-1950   Robbery: Homicide Division
Joan Chen
Actor
26-Apr-1961   The Last Emperor
Dale Dye
Actor
8-Oct-1944   Warriors, Inc.
Conchata Ferrell
Actor
28-Mar-1943   Head nurse Joan Thor on E/R
Tim Guinee
Actor
18-Nov-1962   Impostor
Tommy Lee Jones
Actor
15-Sep-1946   Men in Black
Haing S. Ngor
Victim
22-Mar-1940 25-Feb-1996 The Killing Fields
Dustin Nguyen
Actor
17-Sep-1962   21 Jump Street
Debbie Reynolds
Actor
1-Apr-1932   Dancer, actress
Vivian Wu
Actor
5-Feb-1966   The Pillowbook

REVIEWS

Review by ruby red (posted on 21-Jun-2007)

The first time I saw this movie it left me just overwhelmed with emotions happy, sad, angry, heartbroken. This is the film that made me fall in love with the man. I myself feel I overlooked the great skills Mr. Tommy Lee Jones has an actor. I am so surprised that we don't hear of this film more often. This is one of Mr. Lee's great films, and we need to give credit where credit is due. This film will open up your eyes as well as your heart, take you back to a time of love and war, and let you see life through the eyes of a man in search of true happiness.


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