Celluloid Vietnam

Tuchman, Mitch
May 1975
New Republic;5/31/75, Vol. 172 Issue 22, p28
Focuses on various aspects of the Vietnam films after the World War II. Information related to the conversion of Indochina into Vietnam; Impact of the war in Vietnam on the filmmakers of the U.S.; Support for the U.S., government's position by two documentary films; Problem faced by studios with the Vietnam films; Emphasis on the marketing of the war by Hollywood and independent film makers.


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