"The Girl Who Came Between Them" was a made-for-TV movie that was syndicated by NBC and aired in August 1990. Although I have only seen this movie once, I still do hold a remarkable recollection of the film, even some 17 years later. Along with my memories, & what I have read from other sources...the film is about an ex-Vietnam war soldier who recieves a visit from his young Amerasian teenage daughter. Their close bond raises suspicion from his wife, especially during a scene where the father chose to sleep in his living room recliner embracing his daughter, instead of retiring for the evening and sleeping in bed with his own wife. The young girl, who is unaccustomed to American culture, is shown in many scenes learning about it. She tries American breakfast cereal, only to spit it out very quickly. The wife catches her in the bathroom using a coin and some alcohol as she is "coining", and removing impurities from her delicate skin. I wish I could remember everything about this film. My sole regret is that I did not record this film to VHS when I viewed it. Finding it on Ebay/Amazon is next to impossible, as no copies seem to be available. NBC acts like the film doesnt even exist. Its my theory that the film may have been viewed as being disturbing by some members of the Asian community. However, in that regard, The Vietnam War was still semi-conscious on the mind of many moreso than it is today. If you remember seeing this film, please post your own review. If you havent seen this film, words cant express the greatness of what you sadly didnt watch. My hope is someday the film is put to DVD release for the masses to enjoy.