Sir! No Sir!



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About Sir! No Sir!


This film tells the story of the resistance movement within the military during the Vietnam War era.  The documentary includes archival news footage of Vietnam veterans throwing down their medal medals on the steps of the US Capitol; troops refusing to engage in combat at Firebase Pace; and amateur footage of events in the movement taken by GI and civilian activists.  Also included are interviews with soldiers imprisoned for refusing to fight, Vietnam vets turned antiwar activists, military deserters, the Presidio 27 mutiny leader, and numerous civilians involved in the struggle, including the most notorious: Jane Fonda.  The film also features images from FTA, the feature-length movie about Fonda and Donald Sutherland’s antiwar stage review appeared at military bases around the world, and an audio recording made by Richard Boyle, journalist and author of The Flower of the Dragon.


News Articles about Sir! No Sir!


Chicago Sun-Times 6/9/06 Sir! No Sir! - Roger Ebert review

Chicago Tribune 6/9/06 `Sir! No Sir!' provides another angle on Vietnam protesters

Dallas Morning News 5/26/06 Sir! No Sir!

NY Daily News 4/21/06 A uniform No!

AM New York 4/19/06 Sir! No, Sir! a powerful film
NY Times 4/19/06 'Sir! No Sir!' Salutes Vietnam's Dissenters in Uniform


Websites about Sir! No Sir!


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