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« Showing a distinct egalitarian vision, the film has a fluid, supple, and urgent style rooted in the noneditorializing 'direct cinema' approach developed by the NFB's Unit B filmmakers and at the CBC. Beryl Fox here involves the viewer intimately with her subjects by the most direct of means: faces continually occupy the screen, distinguishing each of the morale-deficient Americans, the resilient farmers and villagers, the captured and brutalized Viet Cong, and South Vietnam's own highly capable military force. Fox achieves a profoundly, persuasively humanist record of dangers, privations, and carnage while showing with clarity the war's ideological and tactical muddle. »
-- Ian Elliot

Source :
RIST, Peter Harry, dir, Guide to the Cinema(s) of Canada, Westport, Conn., Greenwood Press, 2001. [en anglais] (p. 149)