BBC World Service

Shortly after opening its doors to tourism in 1992, Vietnam’s state run tourism giant recognised that there were huge profits to be mined from the cult following for Vietnam films.

In this short yet poignant report, Anna Keel follows a former South Army soldier from Saigon as he travels back to an old battleground for the first time since losing his brother, only to find it has been turned into a tourist attraction.

Surprisingly, the 54 year old war veteran sees hope in what he finds there.