TV Mini-Series | TV-MA | | Documentary, History, War
A comprehensive history of the United States' involvement in the bitterly divisive armed conflict in Southeast Asia.
Robert Kennedy's speech is edited to make it appear he supported the rioting, destruction, and murder committed after MLK's assassination, when in reality he plainly states that violence is not a direction the US should head in.
In a number of instances the music is totally out of place, an example being the use of Led Zeppelin's Kashmire (1975) to support content from 1969 and two previously unknown alternate takes of Beatles songs that weren't even released until Anthology (1995) - a full generation after the depicted events.
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