Two American GIs are the only survivors of a unit wiped out in a battle with Japanese troops on an isolated island. The two, who don't like each other, find try to put aside their differences in order to evade the Japanese and survive. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Josh L (ca) wrote: I expected more from the movie, it ended slightly abruptly. It gives a glimpse into the young modeling/prostitution industry of Japan, but little more than stories.
Serge L (gb) wrote: Japanese film mocking war once again. They are kind of good at it. If the englishes were losing wars, they would do this. A different take on the soldier coming back with no members. This one still has stubbles and a face, contrary to our canadian equivalent that came back only with a torso and his brain and could communicate only in morse. So here, our hero is in much better shape, has a wife and is refered to as war god. He is also plunged into the vulnerable position, even though he is still abusive. This pushes him to reconsider his own previous abuses as well as becoming easily abused. A funny turn of event. Very nice photography with the beautiful sepia tone. We get to see some japanese way of life and thinking.
Andrew K (au) wrote: Delightful film - charming rather than laugh out loud funny (though I did watch it on my own on iPlayer). I am not sure why it has taken me so long to get round to watching it. Ewan McGregor is brilliant.
Moore S (de) wrote: Despite a very powerful theme, Eastwood left the film quite hollow. It lacked focus and concentration on a single aspect.
Kenneth C (us) wrote: Interesting film but doesn't offer any new insight to the war in Iraq.
intuciic (it) wrote: very similar to one other exorcist movie..
Chandrahasa R (ca) wrote: Movie looked promising but went down hill really fast. The twist at the end is not worth the wait. Skip this one
William K (ru) wrote: This film may not be well known but its terrific for anyone who loves aviation, adventure, or a great love story. I grew up to this film so I maybe biased but it motivated me to get out and see the world. I just love it!
Jayakrishnan R (ca) wrote: 89%Watched this on 22/6/15After The Great Escape, this is one of the best Prison escape films that I have seen. Although the escape methods and tactics seem far too small and derived from Great Escape, the film benefits from the fact that all this happened in real life. That's what interests me, the aftereffects and the life of the escapes after the end, what could have possibly happened. The film benefits from a strong direction from Don Siegel who builds up heart pounding sequences and it's a thrill ride all along. Eastwood again selected the right kind of movie role. Patrick McGoohan is also great as the suspicious vindictive warden. The film's portrayal of violence is also refreshing and brave for a 1970s film.
AJ S (ca) wrote: This very early Akira Kurosawa film shows some amazing competence in both form and content, even while remaining simplistic. Kurosawa, apparently, received a lot of training as a second-unit director before moving into his lifelong passion for making his own films and his experience shows. Produced just after WWII, Kurosawa touches on a lot of worthy points for the time in regards to the situation Japan was placed in. Utilizing a small, yet determined character such as Yukie, who is played wonderfully by Sesuko Hara, brings a human component to the heavy-handed message at play here. "Regrets" is a worthy indicator of the great works Kurosawa would come to produce in a long and prosperous career.
John (ru) wrote: Cool. Realy good sets and scenery.
Robert C (it) wrote: Far from perfect, but REALLY nicely done. There are many "deep truths" mixed in with the cliches. All leading up to and ending that is both beautiful and horrific.