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My Friends Need Killing

Serious, unpleasant film deals with a Vietnam War vet who returns home to the U.S. but is unable to face life with his memories of war's atrocities...the ones committed by him and his fellow servicemen.

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Serious, unpleasant film deals with a Vietnam War vet who returns home to the U.S. but is unable to face life with his memories of war's atrocities...the ones committed by him and his fellow servicemen. Riddled with guilt and despair, he is overcome by a grim new sense of duty...a duty to enforce 'justice' for the inhumane things he and his comrades did overseas. The story that unfolds is grim and visceral, as he embarks on a road trip to hell with a few stops along the way...to see his old friends...friends that need killing.

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Director:Paul Leder
Year:1976
Language:English. Dutch subs.
Format:F
Audio Quality:8.0
Video Quality:7.5
Starring:Greg Mullavy Meredith MacRae Clayton Wilcox Carolyn Ames Roger Cruz Elaine Partnow Laurie Burton Bill Michael Savannah Bentley Eric Morris

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