In the Year of the Pig
|In the Year of the Pig|
|Directed by||Emile de Antonio|
|Produced by||John Attlee
Emile de Antonio
|Music by||Steve Addiss|
|Edited by||Helen Levitt
|Release date(s)||October 25, 1968|
The film, which is in black and white, contains much historical footage and many interviews. Those interviewed include Harry Ashmore, Daniel Berrigan, Philippe Devillers, David Halberstam, Roger Hilsman, Jean Lacouture, Kenneth P. Landon, Thruston B. Morton, Paul Mus, Charlton Osburn, Harrison Salisbury, Ilya Todd, John Toller, David K. Tuck, David Werfel and John White.
De Antonio cites the film as his personal favorite. It features the ironic use of patriotic music, portrays Ho Chi Minh as a patriot to the Vietnamese people, and asserts that Vietnam was always a single country rather than two.
- Helen Slote Levitt has been mistakenly credited as the editor of this film; Helen Levitt, who is well known as a photographer but who also had a long career in film editing and cinematography, was the editor. See Barsam, Richard Meran (1992). Nonfiction Film: A Critical History. Indiana University Press. p. 418. ISBN 978-0-253-20706-7.
- "NY Times: In the Year of the Pig". NY Times. Retrieved 2008-11-11.
- Cold War Chronicles: The Films of Emile de Antonio
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