David Batty - Japan's War in Colour

Japan's War in Colour

Genre : Dokumentär

Fråga : 13/09/2005
Studio : Rhino Theatrical
Längd : 151
Land : STORBRITANNIEN
Språk : Engelska
Språk : sv
Subtitles : Engelska
Skivor : 1
Media : DVD
Video Format : NTSC
Region : 1
IMdB : 0939626
UPC : 0603497047321
Starring : Brian Cox
Utmärkelser : 1 nomination

Sammanfattning : Det antogs ingen färg filmer funnits i Japan fram till den segerrika AMERIKANSKA styrkorna anlände till 1945. Denna DVD är anmärkningsvärt bevis på att dessa antaganden var bevisligen falska. Nu kan du upptäcka berättelsen om en nation i krig från sin ovanliga färg filmer, plus brev och dagböcker från de som upplevt den. Nästan allt material i denna färg dokumentär som nyligen har blivit upptäckt och gör att betraktaren känner på Japansk kultur och evenemang från ett helt nytt perspektiv. Ämnet inkluderar Kejserliga Japanska trupper i Manchuriet 1931, anmärkningsvärt inhemska scener av 1930-talet Japan, förberedelse för krig 1939, och bilder av ockupationen på 1940-talet Shanghai.
David Batty - Japan's War in Colour
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I highly recommend this DVD about Japan in the Second World War. The film does a great job in both the footage and narrative in exploring the Japanese viewpoint of the war. What is also very fascinating is the color footage in the film. Most of the footage shown about the war in the Pacific is black and white, or colorized. This documentary film is actual color footage. Not restored black and white into color: But the real deal here. The film does an excellent job in showing Japan’s experience in the war. Moreover, the narration is very, very good. You also have first-person accounts of the events of the war: which I have also found to be a plus in any documentary. Primary evidence, be it paper documents or the men who witnessed these historic events give a much more vivid picture when discussing historic events. The pictures in the film are incredible. Almost 95% is in color. And I might add, this footage has never been seen before. There is also bonus material included in the DVD called “The Last Bomb” which detail the planning and massive attacks of the then Army Air Force on the city of Tokyo. The film shows air combat footage of the Air Force in color. I have seen many of these types of films while I served in the U.S Air Force many years ago, however, this footage compliments the entire rest of the documentary film. There is also footage of the Pacific Campaign dealing with the varoius battles, such as Iwo Jima. Plus, there is footage of post-war Japan, which many documentaries do not focus on, when discussing the war. The DVD is highly recommended.

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