This major award-winning feature documentary on the environmental devastation of the Vietnam war shows how the Vietnamese continue to suffer from the effects of Agent Orange, unexploded bombs and a land that was shattered by 26 million craters from B-52 bombers.
Winner of Special Jury Prize, BANFF International Film Festival
Honorable Mention, Golden Gate Awards
Best Film Made For Television, New York International Documentary Festival
Excellent two-hour documentary film by ACACIA Productions Ltd. of some of the human and environmental impacts in Viet Nam of Agent Orange application during the conflict.
The film was awarded the Special Jury Prize at the Banff International Film Festival in 1989, and chosen the Best Film Made For Television at the 1990 International Documentary Festival of New York.
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A two hour documentary film (for Channel Four’s TRUE STORIES series) about the environmental after-effects of the Vietnam War. This film was awarded SPECIAL JURY PRIZE at the BANFF International Film Festival 1989 (Canada), and BEST FILM MADE FOR TELEVISION at the 1990 International Documentary Festival of New York; Honourable Mention: Golden Gate Awards, San Francisco and nominated for an Emmy. In this extract children who never saw the American bombing planes during the Vietnam war are offered models made from old beer cans – Ho Chi Minh City 1988
DVD Release Date: 1989
Run Time: 105 minutes