The Man from Saigon
In 1967, during the Vietnam War, half-American and half-English war correspondent Susan Gifford finds herself falling in love with Marc Davies, her fellow correspondent who was married to another woman, and who made friends with Hoang Van Son, a photographer. The three agree to cover the war before finding themselves hostages of the Vietcong who suspected Son to be a spy. Susan struggles in her relationship with Marc while Son is put at risk.
- Susan Gifford is a wartime journalist born to a British mother and American father. She has an affair with Marc Davies, a fellow correspondent whom she met her during the Vietnam War, and made friends with Hoang Van Son.
- Hoang Van Son is a Vientnamese photographer hired by American press and a friend of Susan. He is a kind-hearted and calm man.
- Marc Davies is a married correspondent with whom Susan has an affair with while his wife was pregnant. He dislikes Son very much.
- Donna A is a nurse and a hostage of the Vietcong.
- Anh/Long Hair is a Vietcong soldier and leader who kidnaps Susan and Son. He is so nicknamed because he has long hair.
- Hien/Thin One is another Vietcong soldier who tried to kill Susan before Son saved her. He and Minh have a close relationship as brothers.
- Minh/Gap Tooth is another Vietcong soldier who took Marc and Don hostage.
- Don Locke is Marc's friend who is also kidnapped by the Vietcong.
- Jonas is a German driver.
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