Synopsis:
The war engaged by the United States against Viet Nam between 1961 and 1975, did not only resulted in the dead of 4 to 5 millions peoples, this war did not stopped when it supposedly “ended”. The war continues, due to the dioxin (Agent Orange), that the US troupes sprayed to destruct forest, plantation and the populations. Thousands of children are born each years, either deformed, stillborn and/or with major handicaps as a result of prenatal dioxin exposure from Agent Orangen and nobody can predict when this contamination will end if ever. The United States are responsible of war crimes and crimes against humanity. In parallel to the testimonies, Jean Marc Turine, reads a letter that he dedicates to, Liên, a young innocent victim of dioxin.
Director's filmography:
- Terre noire (lettre à Adia)
- Terre Noire, Lettre à Adia (TV)
- La solitude d'Anjouan (Short)
- Liên de Mê linh ou guerres et crimes de guerre (2013 - Feature)
Type:
Feature
Genre:
Doc
Year of production:
2013
Status:
Finished
Runtime:
80' et 52'
Production:
Luna Blue Film