technically, shah's work on this documentary was excellent. the information was delivered in a truly haunting method, as if the information itself wasn't horrific enough.
as far as the effect her documentary had on me, i don't suppose i could say anything that different from what has already been said... but when i watched this, i felt i'd understood why my father volunteered for vietnam when he was seventeen years old; why he and other americans felt justified, felt that they were only trying to help.. shah's "beneath the veil" definitely sets her apart from pseudojournalists trying to bank off of sensationalism without playing headgames or guilt trips.
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