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A mother tells her daughter about her own teenage years during the Vietnam
War. Now a famous movie director, Linh spent seven years—from 1969 to
1975—fighting for the Communists, who taught her not only how to kill but also
how to make movies.
Through this story of an often neglected period of history, writer Hai-Anh
paints a portrait of her own complex relationship with her mother and her past