It was, I think, the first "Oomph" movie I watched, so Jane Fonda from the 60s (though I watched it on VHS in the 80s) has a special place in my heart.
Sadly, a lot of people react to this movie because of Jane Fonda's "Hanoi" stunt. I even saw a bookstore owner with a knife shred some Heavy Metal translated Barbarella comics! (Crazed 'Nam vet)
However, Jane Fonda's action did far more good than harm and I mean for soldiers and veterans. Up until her stunt, a lot of veterans were getting shafted on benefits. Vietnam wasn't even a "War" because the USA refused to even recognize the existance of the Vietnamese communists. It was a "Training Exercise". So the vets that came back with no legs got fractional if any disability or other money, they were treated like someone who screwed up and then got themselves fired.
BTW-My "Hippie" parents did NOT spit on them. Quite the opposite, they took them to their commune. Didn't preach "Anti-War" to them either, the USA did that for them much better than they could have. The combination of hard work and hard slacking was what some of them needed.
Well, Jane Fonda's stunt nearly got herself tried for treason. Except: 1-she was upper class rich elite and, 2-It wasn't a "War". #1 kept her from being tried anyways, but #2 meant they couldn't even arrest her and with the media attention they looked silly.
So the reactionary right wingers reacted and officially declared war on North Vietnam. And in doing so, veterans got full benefits, money denied in no small part by the actions of the "Patriotic" Right Wingers...
So in RL I consider Jane Fonda a hero worthy of her Sci-Fi space siren!!!