The Human Condition II: Road to Eternity

The Human Condition II: Road to Eternity

Kaji, having lost his exemption from military service by protecting Chinese prisoners from unjust punishment, has now been conscripted into the Japanese Kwantung Army. Despite his anti-militarism, Kaji excels in his training and tries to implement his ideals in his dealings with other soldiers in the face of the prevailing brutality. The film ends with the Soviet army's victorious onslaught.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:1959
  • Language:Japanese,Mandarin,Russian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,   fire,   suicide,  

As a conscript in war-time Japan's military, a pacifist struggles to maintain his determination to keep his ideals. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Human Condition II: Road to Eternity torrent reviews

Ethan L (ca) wrote: Not a fan of the film or the main character. C

Ian W (ru) wrote: A few funny moments but not enough. The butler who keeps getting lost in the house he's lived in for 25 years is brilliant, but a good film needs more than one or two good jokes.

Trevor H (mx) wrote: I loved the animation. It was very well done. I also really enjoyed that they included my favorite monster in the Resident Evil games! The giant bald tyrants!

Fredrik M (us) wrote: An ordinary movie. There is nothing special about it at all. It does what it's supposed to and keep you entertained but doesn't stick in your mind.

Liat K (es) wrote: One of the best if not the best Israeli movie ever made. It is a universal theme in that children and adults clash and meet here in one of Israel's most problematic scenarios - the Kibbutz.

Leon C (ca) wrote: One of the worst movies I've ever seen. I'd heard of Passenger 57, but didn't know anything about it. I'd heard it mentioned so much that I assumed it was a classic. Perhaps some people think it is a classic, but I thought it was really awful. If you take away the tropes, there is nothing left... apart from Liz Hurley.

Aaron B (gb) wrote: Creepy and effective!

Kimi D (nl) wrote: Igrid Pitt as Elizabeth Bathory...

gary t (br) wrote: wow what a movie 2 watch....i have just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch.....its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie...i think that leslie banks, c.v. france, valerie taylor, basil sydney, play good roles/parts throughout this movie....i think that the director of this drama/thriller/war/classics movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect thorughout this movie....i think that this is just like the early version of shawn of the dead because this is a freaky movie 2 watch with a good cast throughout this movie...i think that this is a really well filmed/directed movie because this is a great movie 2 watch with a good cast thorughout this movie

jesse m (it) wrote: This third and final entry in the Blade Trilogy is lackluster in just about every aspect of the film. Not horrendously made, but just really uninspired and dull after we had two extremely stylish and cool Blade films that really delivered before this.The action is sloppy without any grace or sense of choreography... or geography for that matter. The fx are ho hum and boring.... how many times are we gonna be amazed by cgi disintegrating vampires?I'd say the biggest offense to the series that was made, was overcrowding Wesley Snipes with characters that are more SUBurban than urban. Ryan Reynolds and Parker Posey are the most entertaining, but that's not a good thing when you have Snipes looking as enthused as a kid in a doctor's office about being in the film... I don't blame him. Dracula.... the biggest baddest vampire.... reduced to a few scenes before embarking on one of the most poorly done final showdowns I've ever seen.Bottom line David S. Goyer was the wrong guy for the director's chair who's inexperience couldnt possibly measure up to the likes of Guillermo Del Toro or even Stephen Norrington who at least had a visual eye in his second feature as director. This was the finale that deserved a much grander end than the weak sauce that we were treated to...

Maggie F (gb) wrote: Went to see this movie with a friend and I was shocked by the terrible interpretations of scripture present. The main female lead mentions not being "unequally yolked" with an unbeliever and then proceeds to date him without him giving his life to Christ and then her parents give their approval for him to marry her before this happens as well (it happens at the very end, after this relationship has grown and grown). I'm all about a testimony and God using what was meant for harm for good, but this movie is dangerous. Dating is NOT supposed to be a mission field. If you're a believer, anyone you date should be a believer too- that should be the first standard. It's not meant to judge or condemn anyone, but a way of the Lord protecting us. I love that there are more faith based films coming out into theaters, I love that Ja Rule has given his heart to the Lord, but I think these kinds of films need to be careful that everything lines up with the Word or they do more damage than good.

Cameron M (mx) wrote: Despite being stylish with its design in its claustrophobic setting, Below's appeal and grasp of attention begins to plunge as its quite tense story needlessly turns to the supernatural.