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Tigerland (13-Sep-2000)

Director: Joel Schumacher

Writers: Ross Klavan; Michael McGruther

Keywords: Drama, Vietnam War, Infantry

War drama follows a number of recruits training for combat in Vietnam at Louisiana's infamous Fort Polk.

ABSTRACT
Roland Bozz is a reluctant draftee, arriving at the Advanced Infantry Training Facility in Fort Polk, Louisiana -- home to an infamous Vietnam-esque swamp known as Tigerland -- in 1971 to begin an intense spell of training before shipping off to Vietnam. Roland, an intelligent troublemaker, does not want to fight; his acts of insubordination, however, are interpreted as signs pointing to a promising future as a leader by his commanding officers. The platoon's final week, spent in Tigerland, sees tensions within the group rising to a breaking point as the recruits face their own mortality and, in some cases, succumb to mental illness.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Clifton Collins, Jr.
Actor
16-Jun-1970   One Eight Seven
Matthew Davis
Actor
8-May-1978   What About Brian
Colin Farrell
Actor
31-May-1976   Bullseye in Daredevil
Tom Guiry
Actor
12-Oct-1981   The Sandlot
Cole Hauser
Actor
22-Mar-1975   Tears of the Sun
Jeff Hephner
Actor
22-Jun-1975   Red Raymond on Hellcats
Nick Searcy
Actor
7-Mar-1959   Art Mullen on Justified
Michael Shannon
Actor
7-Aug-1974   Van Alden on Boardwalk Empire

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