Men Behind the Sun
The film is a graphic depiction of the war atrocities committed by the Japanese at Unit 731, the secret biological weapons experimentation unit of the Imperial Japanese Army during World War II. The film details the various cruel medical experiments Unit 731 inflicted upon the Chinese and Soviet prisoners at the tail-end of the war.
- Stars:Jianxin Chen, Hsu Gou, Linjie Hao, Haizhe Jin, Tie Long Jin, Yuanrong Jin, Bolin Li, Pengyu Liu, Xuhui Liu, Zhaohua Mei, Zhe Quan, Jiefu Tian, Gang Wang, Runsheng Wang, Shennin Wang,
- Country:Hong Kong, China
- Director:Tun Fei Mou,
- Writer:Mei Liu, Wen Yuan Mou, Dun Jing Teng
Japanese troops round up Chinese and Russian prisoners of war and take them to a place called Squadron 731, where they are grotesquely tortured and experimented on to test new biological weapons. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Men Behind the Sun torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: Best dimestore slasher around.
(es) wrote: great movie dynamite
(us) wrote: Death Notice (as its called in the UK) is simply wonderful. A bleak look at Japan in the near future where everyday, a young person dies for their country after being injected with a nano-time-bomb as a kid. Simply shot but brilliantly acted, Ikigami left a lump in my throat more than once and is a brilliant twisted drama that has shades of Battle Royale and 1984, yet still holding its own.
(mx) wrote: Dogs who communicate, wear clothes, and save the day? Disney never learns.
(ag) wrote: Argh ! Ce glorieux film (telefilm ?) avec David Hasselhof et une petasse issue d'une horrible serie tele dont j'ai oublie le nom, a reussi a faire ce que bien des super-vilains ont tente : mettre Nick Fury a terre ! Pire, le voila au niveau d'un Walker Texas Ranger ! On peut tout a fait troquer Hasselhoff et son bandeau contre Chuck Norris et son Stetson. Meme s'il y a moins de "kung-fu fighting", niveau ambiance, c'est pareil. Donc, grace a ce film, nous decouvrons que Nick Fury est un tocard, le SHIELD un club de boy-scouts et Hydra des mechants pas beaux... Merci de ne pas se fier a cette interpretation, et de se plonger dans les comics pour connaitre le vrai Nick Fury ! Hasselhoff, salaud, le peuple aura ta peau !
(br) wrote: The greatest Canadian motion picture ever made.
(ca) wrote: I really just watched this to see "Rossi" (Criminal Minds) when he was younger. The actual movie was rather hard to follow...because the thing about con men is you never know when they're really conning you or if something else is going on. And it didn't have much of a point either. And the leading female is a complete psychopath.
(nl) wrote: Esta es sin duda una de mis pelculas favoritas. La decid volver a ver gracias a la noticia de las monjitas ricachonas de Zaragoza
(us) wrote: An exceptionally cute and innocent movie.
(ca) wrote: You're in danger, grave danger...Julie has recently remarried the man of her dreams after the tragic death of her husband. The man was a friend of the couple and is a successful business man that showers her with gifts and just about anything she asks for; unfortunately, she has a hard time getting over her previous husband's demise. When a friend shares some evidence her new husband may be responsible for her deceased husband's death...she starts going a little crazy. "He nearly killed us both; but he seemed so sorry, so desperately sorry."Andrew Stone, director of Song of Norway, Hi Diddle Diddle, The Last Voyage, The Great Waltz, Ring of Fire, The Steel Trap, and Say It in French, delivers Julie. The storyline for this picture is just okay and not overly dramatic. I felt the film was fairly average for the most part but turns slightly ridiculous towards the end. The acting was solid and the cast includes Doris Day, Jack Kelly, Ann Robinson, Louis Jourdan, Barry Sullivan, and Jack Kruschen. "I was in no mood for golf; after a few holes, I'd had it."I recorded this off Turner Classic Movies (TCM) this past Halloween season and was excited to see a Doris Day picture. This, unfortunately, was very mediocre and could have been better. I thought the final plane sequence was good until she ultimately had to fly the plane (ridiculous). Overall, this is below average and not really worth your time."I want to report a murder."Grade: C-
(ca) wrote: This John Waters film is so disgusting, so poorly made, so over the top, so creepy, and so wrong. The film is just plain nasty, and hard to watch. The film relies on shock value, but I find it more or less just made me gag. But in the end thats all the point...Waters intentionally made the film to be in bad taste, and he succeeds. I don't regret having seen it, but I doubt I'd ever be interested in seeing this again.
(jp) wrote: I dont see what the hype was with this film. I was really disappointed. Nothing original about the film except for the better Bigfoot angle. Troll Hunter and Blair Witch are much better films then this and 100 times more exciting. The film does have some descent acting and a funny script.
(gb) wrote: "Cracks" starts out in a rowboat where Di(Juno Temple) thanks her teacher Miss G(Eva Green), to whom she is devoted, for loaning her The Book, despite how controversial it is. So, it is a good thing Di does not mention it during weekly confessional while pretty much bringing up every other stray thought she has had recently. Di, as captain of her team, is informed by Miss Nieven(Sinead Cusack) that there will be a new addition, Fiamma(Maria Valverde). At the same time, she cautions Di that she might be a little different due to her being Spanish, aristocratic and Catholic. That makes no difference to Di as she is only concerned that the new girl not have more than five personal items on her night table. "Cracks" is a great looking movie that is so understated that it threatens to float away at the first breeze. But like some of the characters, the movie is very deceptive as it gracefully seeks to subvert the very notion of the inspirational schoolteacher genre, helped immensely by the brittle charm of Eva Green's best performance to date. To be honest, it may not entirely be Miss G's fault that nothing of substance is taught to the girls, as the syllabus for such a school in 1934 was probably lightweight to say the least which would only leave them prepared for one thing in the outside world.(I was originally going to go with either isolationism or fascism but I think this works just as well.) Still, there are worst places to be stranded where a person can learn the power of a good story. Just remember that it is the real ones that count the most.