Dinner & A Movie: Dateline-Saigon

"In 1962, five inexperienced, ambitious, competitive, and unknown reporters: The New York Times David Halberstam, the UPI's Neil Sheehan, and the Associated Press' Malcolm Browne, Peter Arnett and the extraordinary photojournalist, Horst Faas stood against their government and the established norms of war reporting to reveal the deceit and misjudgments taking place in Vietnam. All went to Vietnam hoping to make their mark, and for a bit of adventure. What they found was the story of a lifetime.

  • Thomas D. Herman
  • 91 minutes
  • Unrated
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