Sunday, February 8, 2015

Last Days in Vietnam Available for Streaming Ends Saturday February 7th

Via Harold




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Didn't have a chance to see Last Days in Vietnam in theaters and can't wait until the April 28th broadcast premiere? You're in luck!

Our Academy Award®-nominated film is available to stream on our website starting today and ending Saturday, February 7th in advance of Oscar® night on Sunday, February 22nd.


Watch it HERE.

8 comments:

  1. Excellent!!!

    1st Cav. Infantry '67-'68 (I Corp/II Corp)

    'Nuff Said!!!

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    1. Yes, Sir! I was there at the end and still haven't seen this one as all they do is make me sad. April 30 '75, the saddest day of my life.

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  2. LBJ was spotted in his convertible Cadillac just before he died. Hair down to his shoulders, and drunk. He suffered in this life, and (no doubt) is still suffering. Even that is too good for him. Wonder how the current POTUS is going to go?

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    1. Wonder how the current POTUS is going to go?

      Good question for all of us. :)

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  3. Thank you for the excellent video. Sad for those who were left behind. Sadder they
    were told they would all get to leave and did not.
    In the Paris Peace Accords signed in 1973, the Nixon administration pledged to contribute $3 billion toward healing the wounds of war and the post-war reconstruction of Vietnam. That promise remains unfulfilled as far as I know. I read more Vietnam veterans committed suicide than were killed in the war. I wonder if
    some of the suicides could be contributed to the 18 million gallons of chemicals
    sprayed in South Vietnam.

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    1. Sadder were told they would all get to leave and did not.

      Criminal. I left at the end also.

      "It left behind many South Vietnamese (250 to 400, depending upon which source is consulted) who had been promised escape. They were simply abandoned. It was the last of a long series of US betrayals in Vietnam. "

      (A South Korean CIA officer , who had patiently waited in line, was among the Vietnamese. Nothing was ever heard from him, and I often think about his possible end. I hope he wasn't taken alive. BT)
      http://www.namsouth.com/viewtopic.php?t=38&highlight=korean

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      In the Paris Peace Accords signed in 1973, the Nixon administration pledged to contribute $3 billion toward healing the wounds of war and the post-war reconstruction of Vietnam. That promise remains unfulfilled as far as I know.

      As it should be since the NVA didn't comply and invaded South Vietnam.

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      I wonder if some of the suicides could be contributed to the 18 million gallons of chemicals sprayed in South Vietnam.

      Obviously possible, but I lost my voice box through Agent Orange and I certainly had no thoughts of taking my life. Thanks.

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  4. Reminds me of the story that lots of you have no doubt heard before. A grunt soldier was terribly injured and found lying in a road. They asked him what happened. He said "well I was on one side of the road pinned down in the ditch taking fire from a Viet Cong soldier on the other side. I was firing back at him. I yelled Ho Chi Min is a dirty communist dog. He yelled back LBJ is a son of a bitch. We were in the middle of the road shaking hands and a truck ran over us".

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