Black Sun: The Nanking Massacre (1995) Tun Fei Mou

Black Sun: The Nanking Massacre (1995)
aka Hei tai yang: Nan Jing da tu sha

Genre: War | History
Director: Tun Fei Mou
Country: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese
Subtitles: English (Hardcoded)
Aspect Ratio: Widescreen 1.85:1
Length: 91mn
File: Dvdrip Xvid Avi - 704x400 - 23fps - 701mb

In 1937, Japanese troops raid the Chinese city of Nanking to execute a planned massacre by subjecting over 300,000 helpless civilians to various tortures and atrocities before slaughtering them all.

It's not often you hear about the Japanese atrocities committed against the Chinese. Black Sun : The Nanking Massacre unflinchingly tells the true story of the over 300,000(that's 300,000!!!!) Chinese people who were brutally killed by the occupying Japanese army. Mixed with real film footage and photographs of the actual events, the film really shows the atrocities of war. It's mostly told from the Japanese point of view, and several conversations between Japanese commanders and soldiers are chilling. There are some exploitative gross out moments, like an unborn baby being pulled out of a pregnant woman's stomach via bayonette...but it always feels true. There are so many scenes of crowds being machine gunned down that you can be desensitized pretty early on in the film. The scary thing is, is the Japanese really WERE this barbaric. They slaughtered babies, infants, children, women, men and monks alike. The scene of hundreds of bodies being burned on the beach is a truly haunting moment. An absolute must see for war film fans or historians...


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mkvtony said...

File Size: 695.39 MB
Resolution: 608x352
Duration: 01:30:44
Format: .AVI/XVID
Audio: Cantonese
Subtitles: English

Celine R said...

Lies. Even Mao never spoke about that 'massacre' and Nanking's population had increased after the Japanese came.And those photographs shown in the movie are proven false, they've even been removed from China war museums.
'In the fall of 1937, the Associated Press (AP) distributed this photo as a Japanese soldier using a Chinese national as a guinea pig for bayonet practice. Iris Chang's The Rape of Nanking carries the same kinds of photos of Japanese atrocities. However, the soldier wears a turned-down-collared uniform, which no Japanese soldier wore at that time, so the man is not a Japanese soldier. The January 1939 issue of Lowdown, an American magazine, commented about these photos that this was in fact a communist Chinese officer torturing a Chinese prisoner.'

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