The Sad Song Of Yellow Skin plus I Am An Old Tree

The place is Saigon and time 1970, with the war still raging - but Rubbo's picture of the city and its people is hardly what one would expect from a film on Vietnam, especially after so much television coverage. It is the “saga of the Vietnamese and how three decades of war had affected them.” Steve Dobi on Michael Rubbo, Sightlines, Fall 1975. (See Dobi-Rubbo interview reprinted in this month's feature article.)

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