One of the four Vietnamese extras playing Viet Cong in The Hamlet, known in the film as King Cong. He participates in a scene in which he and the other extras torture James Yoon’s character, Binh. He, along with the other extras, is a refugee and a former South Vietnamese Army soldier.
The Tall Sergeant Character Timeline in The Sympathizer
The timeline below shows where the character The Tall Sergeant appears in The Sympathizer. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
...because torture has nothing to do with “acting natural.” When the Auteur asks what’s wrong, the tall sergeant says that everything’s fine. (full context)
...come with a fruit basket and a bottle of Johnnie Walker. One of the “torturers,” the tall sergeant , says that the gifts aren’t from them but from the Auteur. (full context)
The tall sergeant says that there’s a rumor that the incident wasn’t an accident. He and the other... (full context)