'Killing Memories' and 'The Anniversary' | KCET
'Killing Memories' and 'The Anniversary'
Open Call host, Suzanna Guzmán invites viewers to watch two remarkable films about one of the defining events of the Twentieth century, the Vietnam War. "Killing Memories" follows five American war veterans who served together in Vietnam 40 years ago as they reunite to tour battlefields, meet former enemies, and confront the ghosts of their past. "The Anniversary" explores the war from the perspective of a Vietnamese family as two young brothers, separated by the conflict, reunite with tragic circumstances.
Preview for "Killing Memory"
Preview for "The Anniversary"
Find more information about the subjects in "Killing Memories" in our Notes.
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