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The Emperor's Naked Army Marches on (Yuki Yukite shingun)

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Kenzo Okuzaki Kenzo Okuzaki
Riichi Aikawa Riichi Aikawa
Masaichi Hamaguchi Masaichi Hamaguchi
Toshio Hara Toshio Hara
Shichiro Kojima Shichiro Kojima
Masao Koshimizu Masao Koshimizu
Taro Maruyama Taro Maruyama
Toshiya Nomura Toshiya Nomura


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Release date: 15 May 1988
Tags: Documentary (4), 1980s (4), 1987 (3), Japan (3), Cinema Verite (2), (2), 80s (1), War (1), Foreign (1), Japanese (1), Color (1), Asia (1), Eccentric (1), Avi (1), East Asia (1), 120 Min. (1), Weird (1)
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""The resulting scenes are among the most morally ambiguous ever filmed, because we the audience, the actors playing the siblings and Okuzaki himself are all aware that these old men are being lied to and guilt-tripped in order to lever the truth out of them. Yet Hara and Okazaki push further. Eventually the veteran attacks one of the old commanders who painfully reveals that the missing soldiers were in fact eaten in New Guinea." - Mark Cousins"