DOC NYC • Documentary
The Vietnam War is one of the most politically charged and most studied in recent American history. But the men of regiment Delta 2/5(R) examine the conflict in much finer detail than many historians by completing a punctilious annual reenactment of the war. With striking historical accuracy, rare archival footage and a deeply personal inspection on the effects of PTSD, In Country artfully activates the similarities between past wars and the military conflicts of today.
DIRECTED BY DANNY BENSI, SAUNDER JURRIAANS
USA | 2014 | ENGLISH
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