2016/11/01 Very Good(+2 pnt)
[Original Japanese review
) Provider: 21970
It was a documentary movie that spotlighted Kaichi Okumura who actually served in World War II and was involved as a residual Japanese soldier in the residual issue of the Shanxi Province Japanese Army in China.
It was crowded with people who are visiting Yasukuni Shrine in the scene at the beginning, but it was probably a New Year's visit as a time. As young girls like college students who are anywhere are visiting Yasukuni Shrine and warmingly gazing, an old man (and a photographer) came and said, "What are you doing? I do not feel like being outright angrily by never ?, but rather it was a soft tone, but it seems that there seemed to be quite a scary feeling that the tactic was attacking with Zubasuba at that tone . At this point I was tangled and the atmosphere seemed to be a bit tasty, but it was after the first vitality. When I actually went to China or when I saw valuable literature at the time and the Japanese lieutenant who was then exposed to his subordinates was exposed in light of actual facts, It seemed that the quiet anger of Mr. Kazuichi Okumura was coming to be a shame.
In addition, we may have seriously to think that these problems have not been solved even now that 70 years have passed since the end of the war.