Here’s the link to watch this movie free until June 15th. It won the Special Jury Prize in 1984 at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah. If you were one of us who took third place at the RVN Olympics, this will have great significance to you. If you suffer an AO related disease as I do (PCT) it may help motivate you to seek justice if you haven’t already.  Here’s the flyer on it if you wish to view it before watching the movie. Newsflash. We got screwed, guys.

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  1. Thanks for posting the link to the free streaming. Just to clarify, the film won the Sundance Special Jury Prize in 1984, when it premiered. The film still packs a wallop and the issues haven’t gone away.

  2. Kiedove says:

    The first few minutes weren’t that interesting to me but then I became very engaged. The congressional hearing clips, with Al Gore and former Rep. Andrew Maquire, were eye-opening. The VA officials were so blatantly against the Veterans. They couldn’t have hid their scorn for Vietnam Vets even if they tried.
    Somethings never change. For example, how smoothly the chemical corporate executive delivered his lying talking points right into the camera with nary a blink. .
    I was impressed with the Veterans’ grassroots efforts to organize! I wonder what happened to some of the families hurt by AO in the film. The brief story of Allan Wynn and his mother’s anger were memorable.

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