Blood on the Sun

Blood on the Sun

DVD - 2002
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Nick Condon is a newspaper reporter working in Tokyo, who refuses to toe the Japanese line on the expansionist policies of the anit-democratic imperialist government. When it becomes clear to the authorities that he will not cooperate and that he has valuable information and contacts, they decide to capture and incarcerate him.

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Jan 12, 2013

I realize that WWII had just ended, and it was undoubtedly hugely emotional in the U.S., and worldwide, at that time. And I absolutely love my country, God bless it, but this was a lot of anti-Japanese propagandist bunk. Karate-chop Cagney vs. the plotting, sneaky Japanese, portrayed primarily by non-Asians (!) How embarrassing some of our film and television history is. Political correctness has gotten out of control, but this is a prime, insulting example of why it should exist. I'd try to be understanding watching this were I a Japanese individual, but it wouldn't be easy. It ruined any respectability and credibility the film might've had otherwise.

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Jan 12, 2013

Nick Condon: "Forgive your enemies, but first get even."

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