Just re-watch "WE WERE SOLDIERS" last night,watched the making of-featurette again...and this thought came to me...just how wrong is wrong? The actual chaotic scenario during that time? Or the emotional part during that time? Looking back at war vietnam war film made during the 70's till late 80's...yes...most of these films do not capture what was happening to the families of the soldiers during that period. The first two films that comes to my mind is PLATOON and HAMBURGER HILL.Which focus only to the character of the films,nothing got to do with the families. (Personally,i feel that H.H is more to an action flick rather a war drama.PLATOON and APOCALYPSE NOW captures the emotional part of brotherhood.) How about BORN ON THE FORTH OF JULY,HEAVEN AND EARTH,DEER HUNTER? Although BOTFOJ focus on the vetaran life RON KOVIC,the family part does not missed out by the filmmakers... The same goes to HEAVEN and EARTH,DEER HUNTER... Human emotion can be fucked up by big events,especially chaotic and traumatic ones.Most commonly if someone you cares and love dies by your side when you are in the middle of the fight.The few titles as mentioned,managed to capture these emotional part. So...does HAL MOORE implies to the action part?