Frontline (Captioned)

Australia, 1979

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The late Neil Davis covered the Vietnam War for over 11 years; his footage of the conflict was seen nightly by millions of television viewers around the world. The film examines the ethical issues facing a person in the front line who is not an active combatant and provides a record of Davis’ involvement in the conflict, combining his original footage, comments and archival film. Rated: PG

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David Bradbury



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