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Hearts and Minds (1974)

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Tin Chan Tin Chan
Chau Diem Chau Diem
Himself - Editor of Trinh Bay Magazine
Ngo Dinh Diem Ngo Dinh Diem
Kay Dvorshock Kay Dvorshock
David Emerson David Emerson
Himself - Concord, Massachusetts
Mui Duc Giang Mui Duc Giang
Himself - Coffin Maker


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Description: Hearts and Minds won the Academy Award for Best Documentary in 1974 and has just been restored for a theatrical release. It is perfect timing as the new President and Congress think about closing down the war in Iraq and moving on to the challenges of fighting the Taliban in Afghanistan. It is high time for Americans to learn from the past and especially from the terrible slaughter, high cost, and egregious errors of the Vietnam War. This riveting documentary mixes newsreel footage with material shot in Vietnam, America, and France; scenes from Hollywood movies; and interviews with policy makers, civilians, soldiers, and veteran ... (more)
Release date: 17 November 1975
UPC: 037429166321
Tags: Documentary (7), Military (3), Racism (2), Education (2), Shadow (2), Freedom (2), End Of Life (2), 1960s (2), Death And Dying (2), 1970s (2), Drama (2), Prostitution (2), Political (2), Soldiers (2), War (2), Vietnam War (2), War/Vietnam War (2), Criterion Collection (2), Peace (2), Murder (2)
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"Directed by: Peter Davis An examination of the conflicting attitudes of the opponents of the Vietnam War."

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" Documentary that kicks the truth into the brains of those Americans that still were in support of the Vietnam War and did not understand the consequences it had on normal people. It is still an important movie to watch especially since patriotic soldiers and politicians tried their best to ridicule it at the time. Scary historic footage from what happened prior and under the war is shown through news-footage and interviews. Some stories given are so heartfelt and raw it is difficult to go throu"

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