Hearts and Minds

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Halley

This documentary is astonishing and eye-opening. Born and raised as a Vietnamese, I didnt have many opportunities to watch films about the war, rather than just memorizing by hearts what were in the history book. This film came to me when I was looking for an answer of why the U.S. interfered ...Read more

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