Q&A with Rory Kennedy
Rory Kennedy is the 11th and youngest child of Ethel and Robert Kennedy.
Documentary filmmaker Rory Kennedy talked about her movie Last Days in Vietnam., which looks at the final chaotic days of the Vietnam War and the massive evacuation of U.S. personnel and South Vietnamese in April of 1975. The film tells the stories of individual Americans and South Vietnamese who took matters into their own hands to execute the evacuation and save as many South Vietnamese as possible. Ms. Kennedy also talks about her career as a filmmaker and her family’s history.
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