Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam
|Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam|
|Directed by||Bill Couturié|
|Produced by||Bill Couturié
|Written by||Bill Couturié
Robert Downey Jr.
|Music by||Todd Boekelheide|
|Editing by||Stephen Stept
|Distributed by||Corsair Pictures|
|Release dates|| October 1987
September 9, 1988
|Running time||87 minutes|
Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam is an American grammy Award–winning 1987 documentary, inspired by the anthology of the same title, directed by Bill Couturié. Using real letters written by US soldiers (which can be read in the book along with many more) and archive footage, the film creates a highly personal experience of the Vietnam War. The film won the Special Jury Prize: Documentary at Sundance Film Festival in 1988. It was also screened out of competition at the 1988 Cannes Film Festival.
Roger Ebert commented, "There have been many great movies about Vietnam. This is the one that completes the story."
- "Festival de Cannes: Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam". festival-cannes.com. Retrieved 2009-07-31.
- Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam at the Internet Movie Database
- Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam at AllMovie
- Review by Roger Ebert
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