This 40-second video amounts basically to one boldfaced pathos appeal.  In the passage I read, Thomas Fowler recounts hearing the dying sounds of one of the two boys manning the now-destroyed surveillance tower.  Juxtaposed with images of Vietnamese children who were either fighting in or otherwise involved with the war, the passage’s anonymous dying character gains a human face—or a series of potential human faces.  It is not an easy passage to read in the first place, but I think these images augment the assertion of Greene’s prose, that “one shouldn’t fight a war with children” (109).