I read the book," The Rape of Nanking" many years ago and I remember how disturbing true horror can be when there's no sugarcoating the raw details. Well this powerful documentary brings those horrors to light in the same manner. The raping and killing of over 200,000 Chinese remains one of humanity's darkest and most shameful atrocities. It blows my mind that this was only 70 years ago. It's very much modern history. Even though the story is barbaric, the film is very uplifting in that even in times of danger, brave people can hold the front lines against evil. I would be careful about recommending this blindly given how brutal the subject matter is.
|10/10||patrick.sullivan@ - 260 reviews|
2.5.2008 - age: 26-35
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