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Journey From the Fall: Vượt Sóng

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Despite his allegiance to the toppled South Vietnamese government, Long Nguyen decides to remain in Vietnam. Imprisoned in a Communist re-education camp, he urges his family to make the escape by boat without him. His wife, son, and mother embark on the arduous ocean voyage in the hope of reaching the U.S. and freedom.
DVD
2007
Clemons (Stacks)
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Buffalo Boy: Mùa Len Trâu

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Kim is sent to find grass for the family's livestock and joins a band of buffalo herders, where he must find his way in a complex, brutal way of existance which offers hope of friendship and independence.
DVD
2004
Clemons (Stacks)
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Đat Kho: Land of Sorrows

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Dramatizes the effect of the Vietnam War on a single South Vietnamese family, the inner conflict of decisions by each member of the family whether to remain or to leave as the eventual fall of Vietnam approaches.
DVD
1971
Clemons (Stacks)
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Cyclo

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In the heart of Ho Chi Minh City, a young cyclo (pedicab driver) transports anonymous passengers through the teeming streets, trying to eke out a meager living for his two sisters and elderly grandfather.
DVD
2003
Clemons (Stacks)
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 la Verticale de L'été: The Vertical Ray of the Sun

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A deeply moving tale of tradition, love and deception. Three sisters, a brother, two husbands and a child are living and loving in a supportive clan that they have forged since the death of their parents. However, there are deep secrets that are threatening to disrupt the harmony and balance of their daily existence. Life is much more tenuous and complicated then it seems on the surface.
DVD
2001; 2000
Clemons (Stacks)
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Mùi Đu Đủ Xanh: L'odeur de Papaye Verte = the Scent of Green Papaya

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Set in 1950s and 1960s Saigon, a young country girl joins a family as their servant and develops an enduring but secret attachment to a friend of the eldest son.
DVD
2001; 1993
Clemons (Stacks)
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Scent of Green Papaya

An Academy Award nominee for Best Foreign Language Film and winner of the Camera D'Or at the Cannes Films Festival, The scent of green papaya is set in 1951 Saigon, where 10 year old Mui (Lu Man San) enters household service for an affluent but troubled Vietnamese family. Despite her servile role, Mui discovers beauty and epiphany in the lush physical details that envelope her.
Online
2014; 1993
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Vietnam Phan Phung Tien: A Television History

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Phan Phung Tien was a member of South Vietnam's air force during the Vietnam War. He speaks to the difficulty of getting military supplies following the Paris Agreement. He also notes that comments from American Congressmen were detrimental to their efforts, and that the resignation of President Nixon had also boosted the confidence of the North Vietnamese. He details the rapid fall of South Vietnam, from the battle of Banmethuot to the evacuations of Pleiku, Da Nang, and Saigon. Mr. Tien also describes his own evacuation and reflects on the meaning and lessons of the Vietnam War.
Online
2011
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Vietnam Phung the Tai: A Television History

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Phung The Tai was a General in the North Vietnamese Army during the Vietnam War. He recalls the Tonkin Gulf Incident - which he terms a fabrication of the United States National Security Council - and how he had prepared the air defenses for the inevitable attack from the American forces. After offering his version of the true Tonkin Gulf Incidents, General Tai notes that his defenses were able to down eight American planes and damaged three others.
Online
2011
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Vietnam Phung Thi Tiem [Produced by WGBH Boston Video]: A Television History

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Phung Thi Tiem was a factory worker who survived the "Christmas Bombing" of Hanoi in 1972. She describes the bombs exploding just as she and her family entered the shelter and knocking her unconscious. Ms. Tiem then tells of leaving the shelter with her family to aid in the rescue efforts. Because houses had collapsed atop the bomb shelters there were many people trapped. She and others worked for "5 or 6" days just trying to get to those people. She recalls her most painful memory of the event: the sight of an entire family of seven dead among the ruins of their flattened house.
Online
2011
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Vietnam Phuong Nam [Produced by WGBH Boston Video]: A Television History

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Phuong Nam, a member of the Provisional Revolutionary Government of South Vietnam, recalls traveling to Camp David at Tan Son Nhut in 1973. He recalls his companions digging a well as a precaution against the Thieu regime shutting off the running water and being accused that what they were digging was a tunnel to attack Saigon. It wasn't until Lt. General Phan Hoa got involved that the water returned. Phuong Nam also talks about April 26, 1975 when a message was relayed saying that a safe corridor had been agreed for the American forces and advisors to leave Saigon, and that this was a fabrication on the part of the Americans.
Online
2011
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Vietnam Sok Sarren [Produced by WGBH Boston Video]: A Television History

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Sok Sarren fought for the Khmer Republic against the Khmer Rouge and Viet Cong in Cambodia. He describes the conditions and fighting in Neak Leung in detail. He recalls the fear and inexperience of his Cambodian troops. He describes American air support bombing the wrong targets at Neak Leung, and recounts the extreme measures some would resort to in order to overcome starvation.
Online
2011
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Vietnam Thich Tri Thu [Produced by WGBH Boston Video]: A Television History

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The Most Venerable Thich Tri Thu was president of the United Vietnam Buddhist Congregation at the time of this interview (1981). He recalls President Ngo Dinh Diem''s "Buddhist Crisis" of 1963, describing the repression and arrests of Buddhist monks and nuns, and their resistance through protests, rallies, and self-immolation.
Online
2011
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Vietnam Thich Tu Hanh [Produced by WGBH Boston Video]: A Television History

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Thich Tu Hanh describes The Venerable Thich Quang Duc's decision to self-immolate in protest against religious repression by the Diem regime. He recalls the 1963 immolation in Saigon, the cremation of the remains, and police brutality as thousands of Buddhists rallied in reaction.
Online
2011
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Vietnam Tho Hang, Part 1 [Produced by WGBH Boston Video]: A Television History

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Tho Hang describes the shelling of Quang Tri by the Viet Cong, the flight of military and civilians by foot along the "Highway of Terror" under continued shelling, and he recalls searching for his family as the Communists overtook Da Nang.
Online
2011
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Vietnam Tho Hang, Part 2 [Produced by WGBH Boston Video]: A Television History

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Tho Hang describes the shelling of Quang Tri by the Viet Cong, the flight of military and civilians by foot along the "Highway of Terror" under continued shelling, and he recalls searching for his family as the Communists overtook Da Nang.
Online
2011
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Vietnam Thruong Yem [Produced by WGBH Boston Video]: A Television History

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Thruong Yem describes being forced by American soldiers to exhume mass graves in Thuy Bo in 1967.
Online
2011
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Vietnam Thu van [Produced by WGBH Boston Video]: A Television History

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Thu Van went to North Vietnam to study filmmaking after the Geneva Agreements. She describes filming during the Vietnam war, comments on the violence, and discusses documenting the final days of the war as the Americans pulled out and the South Vietnamese fled. Finally, she recalls her reunification with her family after a 20-year separation.
Online
2011
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Vietnam Thuong Thi Mai [Produced by WGBH Boston Video]: A Television History

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Thuong Thi Mai, a Vietnamese villager from Thuy Bo, describes American soldiers shooting her family and burning and destroying her village.
Online
2011
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Vietnam Ton-That Tung [Produced by WGBH Boston Video]: A Television History

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Dr. Ton-That Tung grew up in Hue, the seat of the Nguyen Dynasty. He recalls the Forbidden City and the plush lifestyle of Bao Dai, the last Emperor of Annam. He describes his youth under French colonial rule, his decision to join the Viet Minh after meeting Ho Chi Minh, and his wartime coordination of medical supplies. He discusses his research on the long-term health effects of Agent Orange. Finally, he recalls a famine in Hanoi under Japanese rule, and describes his patriotism and loyalty to Vietnam.
Online
2011