Logline: Saigon, Vietnam 1975
This is a documentary following Hoa Stone in Saigon, Vietnam thirty years
after the United States evacuated at the end of the Vietnam war. Hoa was an orphan disabled from the waist down as a result from contracting polio at birth. He was part of The United State’s Operation: Babylift, to relocate some of the 70,000 orphans left in Vietnam after the evacuation of Saigon. After being adopted in Australia, Hoa ran away from home and for the next decade, became the most prominent heroine dealer in Perth, Australia. After finding redemption, Hoa has returned to his homeland. He has founded The Company of Grace: The first institution to teach trades and work place skills to those with special needs in Vietnam.
Writers: David R. Wagoner and Hoa Stone
Director: David R. Wagoner
Composer: Greg Kuehn
Producers: David R. Wagoner, Greg Kuehn & Hoa Stone
Locations: Saigon, Vietnam, Los Angeles, California & Tulsa, Oklahoma
Distribution: Domestic and foreign theatrical. Sunday Town Productions and Peligro Entertainment will be targeting the following: Sony Pictures Classics, HBO, PBS, History Channel, National Geographic, IFC and Warrior Poets.
This project is in the final stages of post production. The projection for completion is July/August 2012.