Vietnam! Hello look, I mean you no offense, But why does nothing here bode well? Why God? Demonstrate your hand! Why wouldn’t i be able to comprehend?” The chattering is from the shot rendition of that stately stage melodic Miss Saigon, by Claude Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil (which opened on Broadway in 1991), finish with its marvelous helicopter.
It’s the advanced improving of Madam Butterfly, about an American GI who falls for a Vietnamese bar young lady in 1975, similarly as America is going to hightail it out of the battle region. The lines cited are from Chris, the square-jawed saint played by Alistair Brammer, an on-screen character looking like Chris “Robin” O’Donnell.