"The best film about journalism in Vietnam I've ever seen."
- Bob Schieffer, former anchor of CBS EVENING NEWS & moderator of FACE THE NATION
Southeast Asia, 1960's. Flash point of the Cold War.

Dateline-Saigon tells the story of a small group of journalists - David Halberstam, Neil Sheehan, Malcolm Browne, Peter Arnett, and photojournalist Horst Faas - who fought to report a truth that was vastly different from the rosy version put forth by the White House during the early years of the Vietnam War...even as their own government sought to discredit them.

Featuring original interviews with key characters and rare film footage and photographs, many from private archives and seen here publicly for the first time, this acclaimed documentary is narrated by Sam Waterston.

Dateline-Saigon combines the drama and high stakes of All the President's Men with the romance and danger of The Year of Living Dangerously - but for real.
"In the era of Trump, Dateline-Saigon tells a vital tale of a group of journalists who fought to tell the world a painful and important story. Narratively powerful, this film is a distant mirror on a present-day drama: the ability of courageous citizens to speak truth to power."
- Alex Gibney, Academy Award-winning Documentary Filmmaker
"Dateline-Saigon reconstructs the early rumblings of the Vietnam War through the eyes of five print reporters who were on assignment in Saigon. Professionally, they were rivals...but in the film's telling, they nevertheless forged a kind of brotherhood, competing for stories as they began to question the United States government's official narrative. The film captures a swirl of personalities and conveys the excitement of reporting in a fast-moving, confusing and dangerous atmosphere."
- Ben Kenigsberg, The New York Times

"Dateline-Saigon brings us back to an era when journalists pursued a noble mission and what they reported mattered. Its five heroes shaped history and elevated their craft. I hope this terrific film can inspire us today to restore that sense of calling and honesty, both to journalism and to our society."
- Walter Isaacson, Award-Winning Author of Steve Jobs

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