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731: Two Versions of Hell

DIR: James T. Hong
2006 / China, Taiwan, United States / 27 min

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Troop No. 731 was a secret unit of the imperial armywhich tested biological weapons during WW2. Although its cruel experiments on living people produced thousands of casualties, this activity is still denied by a number of Japanese historians. This documentary reacting to thegrowing historic revisionism consists of two parts: in the firstone history is presented from the Chinese perspective, thesecond part offers the Japanese interpretation. Usage of thesame shots in both parts of the film ironically demonstrates the potential to misuse any film images.The film was awarded as the Best Documentary Film of 2007 by Woody Vašulka at Jihlava International Festival.

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Director James T. Hong
Screenplay James T. Hong
Dir. of Photography James T. Hong, Yin-Ju Chen
Editing James T. Hong
Music James T. Hong, Yin-Ju Chen
Sound Zukunsmusik, Ball Bearing
Duration 27 min
Year 2006
Country China, Taiwan, United States
Colour
Tags historical, media, society, war
Production James T. Hong
James T. Hong
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City:  CA. 90740 Seal Beach
Country:  United States
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