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To begin to understand the psyche of this extraordinary nation is to understand that the Vietnamese fought for their independence for a great part of the 20th century.
War was traditionally a man's domain. In Vietnam's struggle for independence, gender was no longer an issue as women joined the world of combat.
In western countries, the women's movement of the 60's and 70's fought for the proper recognition of women in their society.
For many Vietnamese women of that time the battles were very, very real. The unrelenting conflict changed the lives of many Vietnamese women.
Combat Women is the story of these women, their courage, their bravery and their faith.
"The film gives a terrific then-and-now view of women soldiers. We see them in combat fatigues firing at B-52 bombers or in rice fields with guns slung over their backs. Then we meet the subjects of the grainy black-and-white footage hear how they've fared."
Nicole Brady, Film Critic
"There are many enduring images that came out of the Vietnam War, the first war delivered to our lounge rooms via television. Very few however, would be as compelling as those in this documentary on the long haired soldiers of war."
Jenny Dillon, Film Critic
The Daily Telegraph
"This thoughtful documentary puts aside the rights and wrongs and looks at the human stories involved in the war. It beautifully tells the stories of these fighting women."
Inspiring film by Australian director/producer David Elfick. Combat Women reminds us that for most of the 20th century, the women of Vietnam were fighting for their country, their children's future, and their lives."