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Goodbye America (1997)





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Taking a sharp look at the political and social effects American military presence has had upon the Philippines, this thriller is set in 1992 as the U.S. Navy was in the process of closing its large base at Subic Bay, an action that has serious ramifications for the local economy. The story centers on a trio of Navy SEALS, each of whom are involved with island women. Hawk is an idealist while the amiable Bladon is the son of a U.S. senator and is deeply in love with a prostitute. The increasingly mentally unbalanced Stryzack is the loose cannon of the three. A devoted Navy man committed to honor and the warrior mentality, he is deeply upset by the military's withdrawal.


John Haymes Newton
as William Hawk
Corin Nemec
as John Stryzack
Alexis Arquette
as Paul Bladon
Rae Dawn Chong
as Special Agent Danzig
James Brolin
as Ed Johnson
Michael York
as Senator Bladon
Wolfgang Bodison
as Commander Hamilton
Nanette Medved
as Lisa Velasquez
Angel Aquino
as Maria Salazar
Alma Concepcion
as Amma Salazar
Michael J. Sarna
as Large Sailor
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