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bakho

Two thumbs up here. McNamara is very very intelligent. I got from the movie that McNamara and everyone at DOD was telling LBJ that Vietnam was not going very well but LBJ did not feel that he could quit politically.

Just as a window into some of the WH conversations, the movie is gripping.
The music score is pretty tense as I recall. I would think that 2h of this old guy talking would make me comatose, but I stayed alert through the whole thing.
I don't recommend it as a date movie unless her name is Hermione.

J.Asherman

I saw this on one of the movie channels I think.
It was indeed great.
Mcnamara was sharp insightful, candid and intelligent and was detailing history in a very useful way.
Quite good.
J

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