We Can Keep You Forever: The Untold Story of the Missing in Action in the Vietnam War (1987)

Genres - History  |   Sub-Genres - Military & War, Politics & Government, Social History  |   Run Time - 75 min.  |  
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Are Americans listed as MIA still alive in Vietnam and Laos? We Can Keep You Forever is a 75-minute documentary that examines the evidence for the existence of POWs in Southeast Asia. Directed by Christopher Olgiati, the film contains confidential interviews with members of the CIA, high-ranking military officials, and former POWs. The production is in English and French, and English subtitles are provided.



CIA (Central-Intelligence-Agency), interview, MIA (Missing in Action), military-leader, POW (Prisoner of War), speculation, Vietnam