For the 50th Anniversary of the final return of US troops from Vietnam, the Veterans Breakfast Club with filmmaker Holly Million and VetStreamTV is hosting the world streaming premiere of its documentary, A Permanent Mark: Agent Orange in American and Vietnam.
The film will be screened on Zoom Monday, March 27 at 7pm ET (4pm PT) and will be followed by a virtual conversation with the filmmaker and the veterans featured in the film. You must register for the Zoom premiere.
A Permanent Mark is a feature-length film that tells the story of both American veterans and Vietnamese people who have been affected by Agent Orange. Director Holly Million decided to create this film when her stepfather, Bob Macher, a Vietnam veteran, died from non-Hodgkins lymphoma due to his exposure to Agent Orange. Holly’s mother, Janet Macher, is the main character of this film, which shows her courageous journey to Vietnam alongside Vietnam veterans also seeking answers about their Agent Orange experience. For more information, to buy a DVD, or to book a screening, email email@example.com or visit our website at apermanentmark.net