War is hell.
Oscar and Emmy-nominated director Judith Ehrlich talks to a group of Vietnam War resistors and through song and story takes us on a journey of how the propaganda machine can be destroyed by just not maintaining it. Tensions were high in the 1960’s with people learning about what was going on in Vietnam and they didn’t want anything to do with it. Men were publicly burning their draft cards, going to jail and doing anything they could to draw attention to the fact that the war was unjust, unwarranted and would be a blotch in the annals of American history.
Surviving resistance fighters tearfully reminisce about what they went through to get their voices heard to deliver the message to the political powers that be that war is not the answer as killing for peace is an oxymoron.
The use of old photographs, news footage and amateur…
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