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The Battle Of Long Tan Trailer For Aussie War Movie

The Battle of Long Tan Has Been an incredibly brutal, bloody and intense affair Involving Aussie, Kiwi and American forces and the Vietnamese and Viet Cong.

It happened in a rubber plantation during the Vietnam War with over 40 Aussies being killed or hurt.

The conflict was turned into a movie titled Danger Close: The Battle of Long Tan along with the trailer has just dropped. It seems nothing short of Mundane.

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The official synopsis reads late afternoon August 18, 1966, South Vietnam – for three and a half hours, at the pouring rain, amid the sand and shattered trees of a rubber Plantation Known as Major Harry Smith, Extended Tan and his company of 108 Largely and Youthful Australian and New Zealand soldiers are currently Battling to Get their Character, holding off an overwhelming enemy force of 2,500 battle-hardened Viet Cong and North Vietnamese soldiers.

“With their ammunition running out, their casualties mounting along with also the enemy massing for a last attack, each man begins to look for the strength to triumph over an uncertain future with honor, decency, and courage.”

It’ll celebrity Travis Fimmel, Luke Bracey, Alex England, Daniel Webber, Richard Roxburgh, Nicholas Hamilton, and Anthony Hayes.

Credit: Transmission Films
Credit: Transmission Films

Individuals viewing the trailer seem to be pretty excited for the movie, with one person explained: “I was waiting for another good Vietnam movie. And one about the ANZACs! Brilliant!”

However, another wrote: “What a Barely Noticeable bit of our history which often goes unnoticed. It will be good for the younger generation (really all generations) to observe this. It seems fantastic. Can not wait to see it.”

The film was a long time in the manufacturing, based on IMDb, together with pre-production commencing back in 2008. The script was eventually completed in 2014.

Danger Close: The Battle of Long Tan will be released on August 8.

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