Welcome Home, Soldier Boys

Discharged soldiers, just back from Vietnam, decide to drive across country and see the nation they protected. The country, however, doesn't want to see them, and after being hustled by a hooker, their car breaks down in a small town that treats them like dirt. Their revenge makes Rambo's look like gentile tea party with a stunningly violent climax you need to see to believe. Unavailable on DVD or VHS for over 30 years, this cult classic from the director of Macon County Line is much sort after by film enthusiasts and war historians as the first film to deal with the post-traumatic stress in soldiers returning from Vietnam.

Year: 1972
Genre: Drama, War and Anti-War Films, Cult Films / After Dark
Country: USA
Director: Richard Compton
Starring: Alan Vint, Geoffrey Lewis, Joe Don Baker, Francine York
Duration: 87 Minutes
Rating: M - Contains violence and offensive language.
Location in store: Cult



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