Through their eyes
    (2014, original release: 2007)

    Nonfiction

    eVideo

    Provider: Kanopy

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DESCRIPTION
1 online resource (1 video file, approximately 74 min.) : digital, .flv file, sound
ISBN/ISSN
1109405
LANGUAGE
English
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Title from title frames

Through their eyes is a documentary about the current unsettling situation of Agent Orange in Vietnam. It follows an extended journey in Vietnam of a Chinese-Vietnamese American filmmaker. She visits families affected by the dioxin poisoning from the Agent Orange herbicide, as well as a good number of Vietnamese unaffected citizens (doctors, activists, scientists, etc) who are bettering the situation through their work. This travelogue documentary starts in Hanoi and ends in the Mekong Delta. Dioxin"hotspots" act as a fluid guide for the trip's destinations. There is a lot of information to divulge about Agent Orange, however, the film's focus and concern is mainly: the people and a smidgen of every aspect in their lives. Frame by frame, their stories are heard. Filmmaker: Jackee Chang

Originally produced by Black Bags Productions in 2007

Mode of access: World Wide Web

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