Hollywood should approach the reason of Vietnam with a comprehensive overproduction of the political, economic, social and ideological aspects collected in the magnificent documentary by Burns and Novick. [Full Review in Spanish]
The Vietnam War, which took ten years and $30 million to make, does almost nothing new with its topic. It can't say what any number of books, documentaries, articles, or fiction films haven't already said.
As the world once again faces uncertain times, The Vietnam War challenges an entire nation to examine the sources of its enmity and not repeat catastrophes so recent that those directly affected by it can still lend their voices to the warning.