2002 Philip Noyce movie about a British journalist witness to early CIA involvement in Vietnam
The Quiet American (2002 film) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"The Quiet American is a 2002 film adaptation of Graham Greene's bestselling novel of the same name. It was directed by Phillip Noyce and starred Michael Caine, Brendan Fraser, and Do Thi Hai Yen. The 2002 version of The Quiet American, in contrast to the 1958 version, depicted Greene's original ending and treatment of the principal American character, Pyle. Like the novel, the film illustrates Pyle's moral culpability in arranging terrorist actions aimed at the French colonial government and the Viet Minh. Going beyond Greene's original work, the film used a montage ending with superimposed images of American soldiers from the intervening decades of the Vietnam War. ..."
The Quiet American (2002) - IMDb
"An older British reporter vies with a young U.S. doctor for the affections of a beautiful Vietnamese woman."
The Quiet American, 14 Jun 2011
The Quiet American (2002), by Stephen W. Carson
"After several decades, Graham Greene's novel about the early days (1952) of American involvement in Vietnam is finally given a proper film adaptation. ... we might wonder if it is 'American' to intervene militarily across the globe and sponsor terrorist attacks on civilians in the name of a greater good. This film, telling a story still relevant 50 years after the novel was published, demonstrates that we are still wondering."
The Quiet American (2002) HQ trailer, 9 Sep 2002