A Vietnam Peace Story

Film Synopsis:

This is the story of the inner journey back to Vietnam for a group of Marines who fought a desperate battle on Hill 50 in 1966. For many Americans, Vietnam is a war. But by returning to that place where they fought, and some of their fellow Marines died, these men discover a vibrant place and a lovely people.

The Carbon Trace Team had the privilege of accompanying the men of Lima Company to Vietnam where they visited battle sites, met with former adversaries, and discovered a different world than the one they had known.

 

Current Production State:

A Vietnam Peace Story is finished (as of 2 December 2020). We are now entering film festivals. We will have news about distribution soon.

 

Watch the Teaser:

A Vietnam Peace Story | Teaser | from Carbon Trace Productions on Vimeo.

Crew:

Director: Andy Cline

Executive Producers: Julie Reynolds, Gary Harlan, and Andy Cline

Producers: Shannon Cay and Shane Franklin

Director of Photography: Taye Taye

Field Producer: Ha Hoang Beavers

Camera Operators: Andy Cline, Taye Taye, and Shane Franklin

Music: Jeff Freling

Editor: Austin Wood

Sound Editor: Matt Foster

Production Assistant: Jym Wilson, Chelsea Eichholz, Jason Brasier, and Ethan Turner

Always Faithful: Returning to Vietnam is the book based upon the experiences of the Marines from Lima Company, by Gary Harlan. It is available on Amazon.

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