Ken Burns and Lynn Novick on why teens should watch ‘The Vietnam War’

Filmmaker Ken Burns spent his youth protesting the Vietnam War. Over 30 years later, Burns and director Lynn Novick embarked on a 10-year journey to bring light to the war’s corruption.

From U.S. Air Force pilots to teenage Vietnamese bus drivers, who spent their nights secretly transporting wounded Vietnamese soldiers across the Ho Chi Minh Trail, Burns and Novick feature voices and images that highlight new perspectives on the war.

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