Level Five

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Year
1997
Country
  • France
Duration
105min
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French computer programmer Laura tackles a challenging video game. She researches World War lI's bloody Battle of Okinawa, the last pre-nuclear face-off between the US and Japan, interviews with Japanese experts and witnesses, including filmmaker Nagisha Oshima, cause Laura to reflect deeply on her own life and human kind. Will she be able to go beyond Level 5 ? A fascinating humanistic reflection on war, memory and history.

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