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FRONTLINE

Australia, 1979 (MIFF 1980, Programme 32)

Director: David Bradbury

"Frontline" is about Australian cameraman Neil Davis who survived the Vietnam War for eleven years. It combines his news footage, researched at length from various archives overseas, with interviews done with him on his reflections about the first television war... as seen from the frontline.

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