Skip to comments.Review: 'Fire Road' adds napalm girl's voice to famous photo
Posted on 10/04/2017 12:03:40 PM PDT by cdga5for4
For most of her life, Phuc writes in a new memoir, she tried to run away from that moment when she became the Napalm Girl. Throughout "Fire Road," she explains how she came to see her life instead as a journey toward faith and peace. Phuc's survival and the errant bombing of civilians in her village outside Saigon by the South Vietnamese military have been comprehensively explored by journalists in the decades since the war, and in Denise Chong's 1999 book, "The Girl in the Picture," that detailed the war from the Vietnamese perspective. "Fire Road," written with Ashley Wiersma, completes the picture by adding Phuc's own voice to the story.
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Thankfully her first name wasn’t Kum. That would have been most unfortunate.
Phuc Yu and Phuc Mi, the Asian twin sisters from Austin Powers.
Soooo WRONG!...but funny.
I couldn’t possibly make this sort of terribly stupid jokes at that lady’ expense. if you are young pray to God you don’t have to go through the changes that lady has to endure.
LOL! and Alotta Fagina. You know when I first saw that movie, I thought it was all made up then I saw the James Bond movie Goldfinger and the womans names was Pussy Galore LOL! Can you imagine a movie coming out with that today? The heads of the left would explode screaming sexism for the next year.
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