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Aro Recommended John Pilger's Documentaries That Changed the World

 

aka: The Quiet Mutiny; Do You Remember Vietnam?; Year Zero; Death of a Nation
UK 1970-1994, 210 minutes
Dir. David Munro, John Pilger
Rating: [Exempt]
Genres: Documentary / War

Topics: Politics.

Feat. John Pilger

 

Aroview: Four of journalist John Pilger's most important documentaries, that exemplify his fiercely humanist perspective which makes few concessions to officialdom or international "consensus".

The Quiet Mutiny (1970) - This concerns the shifting morale of Western troops posted to Vietnam.

Do You Remember Vietnam (1978) - Three years after the American pullout from Saigon, Pilger returned to Vietnam to examine the state of the country in the face of international sanctions.

Year Zero: The Silent Death of Cambodia (1979) - One of Pilger's most revelatory documentaries, uncovering the bloody reign of Pol Pot in Cambodia, which was quietly ignored by Western governments.

Death of a Nation: The Timor Conspiracy (1994) - A horrifying expose of the West's complicity in the twenty-year genocide at East Timor.

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  • extra stuff
  • aspect ratio: 4:3
  • 3-disc set
 

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Death of a Nation
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The Quiet Mutiny / Do You Remember Vietnam
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Year Zero
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