A veteran of the Vietnam War discovers a man claiming to be an American MIA in Southeast Asia. The vet helps him begin the process of proving his lost-soldier identity to reunite him with his family.
Could an American MIA be struggling to find his way home? After enduring a traumatic childhood and serving two tours in Vietnam, Tom Faunce embarks upon an emotional quest to uncover the true identity of a man claiming to be an American soldier living in a remote village in Vietnam, decades after the war’s end.
As a veteran and Christian missionary, Tom firmly believes in the military creed, “leave no man behind,” and lives by a personal oath to spend the rest of his life helping those in need.
He can’t turn his back on the man he meets in present-day Vietnam, despite a government’s denial of the man’s claim.
His struggle to repatriate the man whom he believes could be a fellow soldier forms a deeply moving and haunting tale of two men whose lives intersect through the burdens of war. Unclaimed offers a compelling reason to revive awareness of the POW/MIA discussion.
november 11, 2014
We are humbled to honor those who define honor. On this Veterans Day, please give a moment of thanks to our veterans, active duty military members and their families.
May 6, 2014
Many thanks to all who participated in the recent post-show Q&A discussions in Los Angeles and New York City! And many thanks to the staff at both the iconic Laemmle Music Hall 3 in Beverly Hills and the venerable Quad Cinema in Greenwhich Village. Unclaimed is running in both cities through May 8.
April 30, 2014
“In war, there are no unwounded soldiers” – Jose Narosky
April 30 marks the fall of Saigon, South Vietnam’s capital, and the official end of the Vietnam War. The Paris Peace Accords, signed in early 1973, ended the United States’ direct involvement in Vietnam and allowed a prisoners of war exchange following a U.S. withdrawal from Vietnam. The fall of Saigon signaled the return to a communist Vietnam.
Many continue to question just how many we left behind. It’s a question we can’t ignore. More than 1,600 Missing In Action service members from the Vietnam War remain unaccounted for. Our hearts are with Vietnam veterans, the fallen, the missing, and their families.
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