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Storyline

Ken Burns and Lynn Novick's ten-part, 18-hour documentary series, THE VIETNAM WAR, tells the epic story of one of the most consequential, divisive, and controversial events in American history as it has never before been told on film. Visceral and immersive, the series explores the human dimensions of the war through revelatory testimony of nearly 80 witnesses from all sides-Americans who fought in the war and others who opposed it, as well as combatants and civilians from North and South Vietnam. Ten years in the making, the series includes rarely seen and digitally re-mastered archival footage from sources around the globe, photographs taken by some of the most celebrated photojournalists of the 20th Century, historic television broadcasts, evocative home movies, and secret audio recordings from inside the Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon administrations. THE VIETNAM WAR features more than 100 iconic musical recordings from greatest artists of the era and haunting original music from Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross as well as the Silk Road Ensemble featuring Yo-Yo Ma.

Country: United States

Type: Miniseries

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: September 17, 2017

Also Known As: Vietnamin sota, The Vietnam War: A Film by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick |  See more »

Parents Guide: Germany (16), Norway (16, 15) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

vietnam war
1970s
civil rights
anti-communism

Company Credits

Production Co: Florentine Films

Cast

Nguyen Van Tong
as Self - Viet Cong/Self - Viet Minh
Pham Luc
as Self - N. Vietnamese Army
Bill Ehrhart
as Self - Marines/Self - Perkasie, PA
Rufus Phillips
as Self - C.I.A./Self - CIA/Self - USAID
Le Van Cho
as Self - N. Vietnamese Army
Le Cong Huan
as Self - Viet Cong/Self - Viet Minh
Victoria Harrison
as Self - California
Eva Jefferson Paterson
as Self - Illinois/Self - Northwestern University/Self - Northwestern University Illinois
Nick Ut
as Self - Photograph
John Laurence
as Self - Journalist
John Negroponte
as Self - State Department/Self - U.S. Embassy
Le Quang Cong
as Self - Viet Cong
Jan Howard
as Self - Nashville, Tennessee
Phil Gioia
as Self - Army
Le Minh Khue
as Self - North Vietnam/Self - N. Vietnamese Army/Self - Youth Volunteer
George Wickes
as Self - O.S.S./Self - OSS
Robert Gard
as Self - Army/Self - Pentagon
Merrill McPeak
as Self - Airforce Pilot/Self - Air Force/Self - Airforce General
Ron Ferrizzi
as Self - Army/Self - Helicopter Crew Chief/Self - Army Helicopter Crew Chief
Dong Si Nguyen
as Self - N. Vietnamese Army/Self - Viet Minh
Frank Snepp
as Self - CIA
Donald P. Gregg
as Self - CIA/Self - C.I.A.
Bao Ninh
as Self - N. Vietnamese Army/Self - Hanoi/Self - North Vietnamese Army
Nguyen Tai
as Self - N. Vietnamese Spy
James Scanlon
as Self - Army Advisor
Karl Marlantes
as Self - Marines
Nancy Biberman
as Self - Antiwar Activist
Craig McNamara
as Self - Son of Robert McNamara
Nguyen Thi Hoa
as Self - Viet Cong
Tran Ngoc 'Harry' Hue
as Self - S. Vietnamese Army
Lam Quang Thi
as Self - S. Vietnamese Army
Carol Crocker
as Self - Saratoga Springs, NY/Self - Goucher College
Tran Cong Thang
as Self - N. Vietnamese Army
Nguyen Thanh Son
as Self - N. Vietnamese Army
Ho Huu Lan
as Self - N. Vietnamese Army
Max Cleland
as Self - Army
Juan Valdez
as Self - Marines
Mike Heaney
as Self - Army
Stuart Herrington
as Self - Army Advisor/Self - Intelligence Officer
Cao Xuan Dai
as Self - N. Vietnamese Army
Phan Quang Tue
as Self - Saigon
Anne Harrison Bowman
as Self - California/Self - Sister of Matt Harrison
Bill Zimmerman
as Self - Antiwar Activist/Self - University of Chicago/Self - Illinois
Philip Brady
as Self - Marine Advisor/Self - U.S.A.I.D/Self - U.S.A.I.D.
Nguyen Thoi Bung
as Self - Viet Minh/Self - Viet Cong
Nguyen Nguyen Anh
as Self - North Vietnamese Army
Huy Duc
as Self - North Vietnam/Self - N. Vietnam/Self - Journalist/Self - N. Vietnamese
Nguyen Thanh Tung
as Self - Viet Cong
Bui Diem
as Self - S. Vietnamese Diplomat
Tran Ngoc Toan
as Self - S. Vietnamese Marines
Nguyen Ngoc
as Self - N. Vietnamese Army/Self - Viet Minh
Phil Caputo
as Self - Journalist/Self - Marines
Le Quan Cong
as Self - Viet Cong/Self - Viet Minh
Lo Khac Tam
as Self - N. Vietnamese Army/Self - Lieutenant N. Vietnamese Army
Sam Wilson
as Self - Army
Ben Rappaport
as Mogie Crocker
Tran Ngoc Chau
as Self - Los Angeles/Self - Province Chief Kien Hoa/Self - S. Vietnamese Politician
Rion Causey
as Self - Army/Tiger Force Medic
Leslie Gelb
as Self - Pentagon
Vincent Okamoto
as Self - Army
Matt Harrison
as Self - Army/Self - West Point
Wayne Smith
as Self - Army Medic
James Willbanks
as Self - Army Advisor/Self - Army/Self - Texas A&M
Duong Van Mai Elliott
as Self - Saigon/Self - Memoirist
Darwin Judge
as Self - Last Killed Korporal in Vietnam
Joan Furey
as Self - Army Nurse
Neil Sheehan
as Self - Journalist/Self - Journalist New York Times/Self - Journalist UPI
Tim O'Brien
as Self - Army/Self - Author, The Things They Carried
Pham Duy Tat
as Self - S. Vietnamese Army
Juan Ramirez
as Self - Marines
Hal Kushner
as Self - Prisoner of War/Self - Army Doctor/Self - Danville
Jean-Marie Crocker
as Self - Saratoga Springs, NY/Self - Gold Star Mother
Joseph Lee Galloway
as Self - Journalist/Self - UPI Journalist
Robert Rheault
as Self - Special Forces
Lewis Sorley
as Self - Army
Josh Lucas
as Pete Hunting
John Musgrave
as Self - Marines/Self - Fairmount, MO
Ho Hua Lan
as Self - N. Vietnamese Army
Tom Vallely
as Self - Marines
Jack Todd
as Self - Nebraska/Self - Army Deserter/Self - Montreal/Self - University of Nebraska
Sam Hynes
as Self - Northwestern University Teacher/Self - WWII Veteran
Everett Alvarez
as Self - Prisoner of War/Self - Navy Pilot U.S.S. Constellation
Peter Coyote
as Self - Narrator
James Gillam
as Self - Army
Roger Harris
as Self - Marines/Self - Roxbury, MA/Self - U.S. Marines

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2017 | 10 Episodes

Media

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Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Critics' Choice Documentary Awards 2017

Winner

Critics' Choice Documentary Awards

Best Limited Documentary Series (TV/Streaming)

International Documentary Association 2017

Nominee

International Documentary Association

Best Limited Series

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