- Herb De Grasse |
- 1969 |
- 11 minutes
Rental Format(s): 16mm
Credits: Jeanne Cluff, Francis Pang, Craig Menefee and West Robinson. Also the people of Oakland, the Black Panthers and the participants in the Vietnam War.
"Then, a film called THE WAR. A very sensitive and fine film. An oriental boy, maybe Vietnamese, and a Caucasian (whatever that means) girl on a hillside. Lovemaking handled with a great delicacy and joy. Then intercut, a Negro man and a white man battling for possession of a knife and scenes of war. A prisoner being killed. Under the sound of Dylan. A good film." - Gene Fowler
"The film is tight, well shot, with fine color values. You can feel the LOVE-BEAUTY HATE-HORROR contrast very nicely ...." - Max Goldcrab, Good Times