Examines one of the darkest chapters of the Vietnam War: the 1968 My Lai massacre, its cover-up and the soldiers who broke rank to halt the atrocities.
I remember this well. I was in Nam when this happened💜💜💜
High above the trenches 14 days is a long life...This is the 15th day!
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This film is a complete overview of the Great War and also informs the viewer how the ending of WWI left the table set for WWII to erupt a generation later amongst the same combatants.
PBS's The Great War far more comprehensive. This is just a detailing of key battles and doesn't even do that very well
If you thought the war was bad, just wait until they come home.
Just the tip of the iceberg!
The hardest part of going to war is coming home.
When at war, getting out alive is the best option.
Movie is really funny when you think about you and the enemy having to deal with spending any time together not by choice though.
I've seen this movie long time ago. It's really good the acting is not bad the story is good but being from El Salvador myself I'm alittle bias towards it. I'm sure other people will criticize everything I just watch and love the film for what it is.
WW II veteran, Leon Cooper travels to the Philippines to relive Macarthur's return and appeals for renewed efforts to bring MIA's back to their families.
Great film as it gives one a basic understanding of what transpired in the Pacific during WWII. Something ( unfortunately ) that takes a secondary position to the European campaign.
John Ford's famous war documentary.
Excellent example of military propaganda.
John Huston's war documentary.
Interesting documentary- Director John Huston focuses on the brutal and sometimes vain assaults on the defenses around San Pietro. He also makes the radical decision to show the faces of dead soldiers- something unheard of in military training films or civilian releases of the time. Overall, a good short and worth watching.