Hearts and Minds

Hearts and Minds

This film recounts the history and attitudes of the opposing sides of the Vietnam War using archival news footage as well as their own film and interviews. A key theme is how attitudes of American racism and self-righteousness militarism helped create and prolong this bloody conflict. The film also endeaveors to give voice to the Vietnamese people themselves as to how the war has affected them and their reasons why they fight the United States and other western powers while showing the basic humanity of the people that US propaganda tried to dismiss.

Peter Davisi's documentary is produced in 1974. It is about the view of opponents of the Vietnam War. He constructs a clear picture of the disastrous effects of war in history. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Hearts and Minds torrent reviews

Er Harjinder S (fr) wrote: wastage of money.... worst acting

Monica J (jp) wrote: Kind Good.Very Weird.

Kendall T (us) wrote: Good action flick! I really liked how the movie unfolded.

Sarinette C (ag) wrote: Great leadership message!!!

Charlie L (us) wrote: Far less engaging, stylish and satisfying as the original, A Game of Shadows is still as brilliantly comical but lacks the thrills and pacing of its predecessor.

Komal S (gb) wrote: One of those movies where I'm not sure whether I entirely like, or dislike you know? So I'll give this a halfway marking -2.5

Henry T (es) wrote: Everything about this movie seems anachronistic, from its depiction of Viet Nam veterans living in the woods with minimal technology to its release in the 21st century. I can't remember the last movie about Viet Nam veterans came out, but "Missing in America" seems more like 1980s fare than a modern release. Be that as it may, all of the actors put in solid performances and the scenery is nothing short of spectacular. My only complaint is that the ending seems gratuitiously unhappy. I don't mind a sad ending if it serves some purpose, but the director's choice here seemed almost cliche in its attempt at heartbreak, seemingly motivated by little more than a desire to force the plot unnaturally into the confines of an obscure aphorism.

Tony E (br) wrote: In case you were thinking of buying a bunch of prescription drugs from an effete ex-pat in Mexico and smuggle them back across the border, Tom Hanks' weird-looking son and that douche Milo from 24 are here to set you straight.

Leonard D (es) wrote: This was kind of ridiculous, but what makes this movie hold up is the soundtrack! I mean, such a powerful selection of music integrated into a movie which could have been so much better than what we received in the end.

Tilde M (ag) wrote: Extremly funny. And very finnish.

Mark W (fr) wrote: Well it certainly kept me thinking! For the most part of the film it's constantly a who done it guessing game! But when we think we know who the killer is the ending twists and we are surprised! I didn't totally get it at first if I'm honest but that's because it had no build and they just force feed you it all in 5 minutes of a 2 hour movie! It was interesting could have been better and certainly more slasher-y!

KARLA E (us) wrote: soooo gross...so disgusting. .but it's got Nathan (TM)

Misty S (mx) wrote: Yeah I know the acting is less than and the story is not great. This movie still has a place in my DVD collection. I think it may be the hot sex at the end. Call me a freak, whatever.