Prisoners of Propaganda

Prisoners of Propaganda

In 1943, the Imperial Japanese Secret Service made a film called Calling Australia! to show the "exemplary conditions" under which prisoners of war were kept, and to "soften up" the Australian public for the anticipated occupation of their country by Japanese forces. Prisoners of Propaganda tells why the film was made, and how it came to be forgotten.

  • Category:War
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  • Country:Australia
  • Director:Graham Shirley
  • Writer:Graham Shirley

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Irene I (ag) wrote: successfully made me fall asleep

Zahid C (ag) wrote: Day: SaturdayDate: 15 Dec 2007Amt: 60/-Time: 6.30 PmOver at: 8.30 PmWith: Amit, RohanSeat No. Free SeatingTheatre: New Excelsior, MumbaiName: DUS KAHANIYAAN

Michael A (es) wrote: I am extremely repulsed by the critics reviews because the things that most of them said on here seem so naive. "like it shouldv been less of this or done different. it's the same as all the other movies". it's like they didn't pay attention to why the movie was even made. it's an absolute true story. documentaries were made on these characters before they even made this movie. To have changed anything about this movie would b to lie about the story of the characters. it may b a replica of other films but the difference is the other films are actual fiction. This story is not. it really happened. and what makes it even more bizarre is the kids who these characters were based on were actually children. 15-16 yr olds. so to compare a this to somethi like new jack city which is a fairy tale is to compare good fellas "a true story" to th god father. smh. naive

Jason S (es) wrote: All black cast, all black production team, all black funded... and a very interesting story... how many of you females would do this for your man?

Terry M (ag) wrote: I didn't think they could do any better than the first, but they did an excellent job - just as good as the first.

Melania S (br) wrote: This is one of the most hilarious comedies ever!

Christopher S (mx) wrote: Hugely underrated film and one of my favorites growing up, especially since I was in my early teens like Angus when this film debuted. I could see why this film did not do as well at the box office but I am glad to see Angus became a cult classic more than 15 years later. I am surprised Charlie Talbert did not get more roles after this film because he was excellent as the title character. Perhaps he was so good he became typecast after one film. James Van Ber Beek, well before Dawson's Creek, was excellent as the antagonist Rick but it was the relationship between Angus and Troy that was the strength of the film. Ariana Richards was very cute but definitely seemed more approachable than Patrick Read Johnson would have you believe in this film. Must see for all teens who feel bullied, a film that still has value today.

Eric H (de) wrote: "Wagons East" is a sorry film that will only be remembered for John Candy's final performance. He stars as a wagon-train master who tries to lead a group of stupid settlers back to the East Coast. None of the jokes come through and none of the characters are funny or interesting. A sorry screenplay and a lack of direction sends "Wagons East" down a path of obscurity that few films ever experience. Turkey (0 out of 5 stars).

Dillon L (de) wrote: very funny love this movie

Matthew J (fr) wrote: Thou it was sure faulty Wise Guys had me laughing all the way trough.

Kevin R (fr) wrote: I enjoyed this enourmously. The lovable characters, and the ENDLESSLY quotable script make this one a real gem.

Russell G (jp) wrote: I thought this would be better with a strong cast that includes: Owen Wilson, Paul Rudd, Reese Witherspoon, Jack Nicholson and Kathryn Hahn. It is an enjoyable sweet story, but the characters are a problem. No matter how great a cast is they cannot cover up poorly written characters. Witherspoon's character is too stern and tough to like. Paul Rudd is a very likable actor, but his melodramatic character is annoying and just too much to deal with. The only enjoyable character is Owen Wilson's professional baseball player. He is lovably stupid and good-natured, but he is also cluelessly selfish. It is an interesting twist on the "other guy" jerk type role. The story takes longer than it should to set in then it should, but eventually it starts to make sense and builds some momentum. There are some nice patches of humor, but it also goes for long boring draughts. Overall, it is not as clever as it wants to be, the storytelling lacks clarity, and these characters never really work.

Maria F (it) wrote: I like katy perry movie