The documentary reveals a political failure through individual biographies. It depicts the fates of a few of the 3 million Vietnamese veterans who have been victims of Agent Orange. Due to exposure to dioxin-based herbicide Agent Orange used during the Vietnam War, veterans brought home a change in their DNA. This change having been passed down through the generations, their children are still suffering from incurable illnesses and debilitating deformity today.
The Film was selected from several festivals in Europe, USA and Asia and awarded 2015 with GRAND PRIZE Documentary Feature Award of Socially Relevant Film Festival New York and BEST FEATURE DOCUMENTARY Los Angeles CineFest.
December 2015, 19 Broadcasts: Deutsche Welle 2015, AR, ES, EN, DE, 42:30 min
Cinematographer: Armin Dierolf
Sound: Manja Ebert
Sounddesign: Martin Steyer
Redaktion: Felix Klickermann
Öffentlichkeitsarbeit und Übersetzungen: Julia Metzger-Traber, Nhung Lương Tuyết u.v.a.
2015, 72 min,
DCP, BD, DVD,
EN, FR, DE, ES, VI, RU, IT