Good Morning, Vietnam

Director:   Barry Levinson
Year:   1987
Language:   English and Vietnamese
Time:   121 minutes

Based on the on-air persona of Armed Forces Radio disc jockey Adrian Cronaur, Robin Williams's manic comedy performance takes flight in Saigon as the Vietnam War is escalating. American boys are far from home but music and humor ease the fear and disorientation they feel.

Rated R.

Post-film discussion led by Lex Miller.

Links

About the director Barry Levinson.

Other background on the film.

A selection of reviews of the film.

Obituary of Adrian Cronaur.