Japan's Longest Day
Following the detonation of the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the Japanese military and the government clash over the demand from the Allies for unconditional surrender. Minister of the Army Anami leads the military officers who propose to fight on, even to the death of every Japanese citizen. Emperor Hirohito, however, joins with his ministers in asking the unthinkable, the peaceful surrender of Japan. When the military plots a coup to overthrow the Emperor's civilian government, Anami must face the choice between his desires and loyalty to his Emperor.
- Stars:Seiji Miyaguchi, Rokko Toura, Chishû Ryû, Sô Yamamura, Toshirô Mifune, Yoshio Kosugi, Takashi Shimura, Etsushi Takahashi, Takao Inoue, Tadao Nakamaru, Toshio Kurosawa, Hikaru Kitchôji, Haruo Yamada, Ryôsuke Kagawa, Ushio Akashi,
- Director:Kihachi Okamoto,
- Writer:Shinobu Hashimoto (screenplay), Soichi Oya (book)
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(au) wrote: The grade A cast and premise seem to be utilized in the first half, but it slowly sags in the middle and gets very pedestrian in the final act. Realism is completely thrown out the window for laughs, and Bradley Cooper's character had no redeeming qualities so he was very one dimensional. The film does have occasional laughs, but it could have been shorter and more to the point.