We’ve mentioned Rebecca Rusch’s fantastic looking documentary Blood Road before. The film sends her on a very personal journey to Vietnam, which she explores on mountain bike as she searches for answers about her father’s death during that country’s war with the U.S. in the 60’s and 70’s. Today, we have another clip from the doc, this time showing us the left over bomb craters from that conflict, as well as the challenge that the Vietnamese people face with unexploded landmines that still exist there. It is some sobering footage to say the least and it makes us want to see the full documentary even more.
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