A Soldier's Sweetheart

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A Soldier's Sweetheart
Directed by Thomas Michael Donnelly
Produced by William S. Gilmore
Marianne Moloney (Exec.)
Written by Tim O'Brien
Thomas Michael Donnelly
Starring Kiefer Sutherland
Skeet Ulrich
Georgina Cates
Music by Gary Chang
Cinematography Jacek Laskus
Edited by Anthony Sherin
Showtime Networks
Moloney/Donnelly Productions
Distributed by Paramount Pictures
Showtime Networks
Release dates
  • June 9, 1998 (1998-06-09) (Seattle International Film Festival)
Running time
112 minutes
Language English

A Soldier's Sweetheart is a 1998 movie starring Kiefer Sutherland,[1] Skeet Ulrich, and Georgina Cates. It is based on a short story by Tim O'Brien, "Sweetheart of the Song Tra Bong."[2] The story was part of his award winning book, The Things They Carried.



The film is only available on VHS, and a petition has been set up at IMDb urging the companies that own the rights to the film to consider reissuing it in DVD format.[3] It was also premiered at the Seattle International Film Festival in 1998. The film received theatrical released in Belgium in 2010.


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