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Unclaimed: Leave No Man Behind

Hi guys,

I'm new to the forums but I'd like to share a new documentary about a Vietnam vet and a long-lost MIA soldier called UNCLAIMED.

It's coming to theatres in New York and LA on May 2nd, and it'll be available across the US later in May. I've seen the film, and it's a very emotional and powerful story.

Check out the trailer at vimeo *dot* com/90875597, and if you have time, visit their site at movieunclaimed *dot* com to find out the latest info about where it will be playing.

The synopsis:

Could an American MIA be struggling to find his way home? The
documentary feature UNCLAIMED follows a war-torn Vietnam vet in his
emotional quest to uncover the true identity of a man claiming to be a
Special Forces soldier living in a remote village in Vietnam, decades after
being listed MIA. Tom, a veteran-turned-missionary after two tours in
Vietnam, firmly believes in the military oath, "leave no man behind,” and
can't turn his back on the man he meets in present-day Vietnam. His
struggle to repatriate the man whom he believes could be a fellow soldier
forms a deeply moving and haunting tale of two men whose lives intersect
through the burdens of war. Unclaimed offers a compelling reason to
revive awareness of the POW/MIA discussion. Directed by Emmy® Award-
winning filmmaker Michael Jorgensen.

Thanks!

Nick
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Hi guys,

I'm new to the forums but I'd like to share a new documentary about a Vietnam vet and a long-lost MIA soldier called UNCLAIMED.

It's coming to theatres in New York and LA on May 2nd, and it'll be available across the US later in May. I've seen the film, and it's a very emotional and powerful story.

Check out the trailer at vimeo *dot* com/90875597, and if you have time, visit their site at movieunclaimed *dot* com to find out the latest info about where it will be playing.

The synopsis:

Could an American MIA be struggling to find his way home? The
documentary feature UNCLAIMED follows a war-torn Vietnam vet in his
emotional quest to uncover the true identity of a man claiming to be a
Special Forces soldier living in a remote village in Vietnam, decades after
being listed MIA. Tom, a veteran-turned-missionary after two tours in
Vietnam, firmly believes in the military oath, "leave no man behind,” and
can't turn his back on the man he meets in present-day Vietnam. His
struggle to repatriate the man whom he believes could be a fellow soldier
forms a deeply moving and haunting tale of two men whose lives intersect
through the burdens of war. Unclaimed offers a compelling reason to
revive awareness of the POW/MIA discussion. Directed by Emmy® Award-
winning filmmaker Michael Jorgensen.

Thanks!

Nick
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