The first blood of the war in Vietnam is finally upon us.
The first broadcast of the new movie, which opens today in Canada, is a little more than a year away.
We’ve been here before, but this time we have a real reason to be here, as well as a few unexpected surprises.
The movie is not going to make you weep or be moved.
It is not an uplifting movie.
It isn’t even the most dramatic, even for its genre.
This is the first movie of its kind to be made in Canada in over two decades, and it’s the first to hit our screens on a TV in Canada.
But it is a story about what happens when the nation’s military decides to go all out and start killing and maiming.
The film, which is set in the years before the Vietnam War, is not only the first Vietnam War movie ever made, it is also the first film to hit Canadian screens on TV.
That’s a feat no one thought possible, said Michael Ladd, the producer and writer of Vietnam War: The First Blood.
The story is told from the perspective of three Canadian soldiers who make a decision to go to Vietnam and kill their former comrades.
They are, of course, not the first, but they are the first ones to do it.
The Canadian film industry, which has been growing for years in Canada as people flock to the country to see blockbuster movies, is in shock, said Ladd.
“It’s an incredible feat, and this is something that no one expected to happen.”
A movie that has been made on television for a decade is not usually the best way to make a movie, said Robert H. Wahlstrom, the executive producer of the film.
He explained that a lot of Hollywood films are made with a very narrow lens, which can only capture a narrow slice of a wider story.
For the Vietnam war, he said, it was a way to showcase a part of Canada.
“We wanted to get into the mind of these guys, who were really out of their depth.
And so, we really focused on the first six months of the conflict, which were really, really brutal,” said Wahlstroth.
“And then it really got into the details of their experiences, their training, their friendships, their family, their lives.
It was really about the people, and what they were experiencing.
The way they reacted to the things that they had been through was very interesting.”
A film like Vietnam War is a very difficult thing to make, said Wachter, because there are so many elements to the story.
“You need a great story, and you need a director that understands how to tell it,” said Ladsen.
“There are a lot going on, and there are a million different factors that you have to take into account.”
But the Canadian film scene is growing, and the story is making it a little easier.
The Vietnam War has been on the rise for more than three decades, according to a report by the U.S. Army Institute of Personnel and Development.
That has made it harder for Hollywood studios to make films that could be seen in a certain way, said Hirsch.
The biggest difference is that in the past, there wasn’t a lot that studios were willing to pay for, said Dwayne Johnson, the actor in the movie, and one of the filmmakers.
“So if you made a movie that made the right amount of money, and was really successful, it would probably make you the next big movie star,” said Johnson.
Now, with the rise of Netflix, and people who can’t afford to go out and buy a ticket to see a movie on a Friday night, many of us are seeing a little bit more of what it’s like to be there.
The Vietnamese people are very appreciative of the fact that Canadians are bringing their story to the screen, said Rene Echevarria, the director of the Canadian Cinema Institute.
He was talking to CBC’s Steve Grogan.
He said that Canadians were not just showing their film, they were showing their history.
That is a wonderful thing.
“They are bringing this experience to the world, and so we are trying to bring our experience to as many people as possible, to as few people as we can,” said Echeverria.
It’s a lot to process, said Kip Jones, the president of the United Nations Peacekeeping Mission in Vietnam.
“But it’s a great feeling to be able to tell this story.
It means that the people of Vietnam have finally had a movie made that they can watch,” said Jones.
“I’ve been telling the story of Vietnam for 30 years, and I’ve never seen a film that made me cry.”