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Violent Japanese Anti-war Film Is A Contender At Venice Festival

by Wochit 0:50 mins

Violent Japanese Anti-war Film Is A Contender At Venice Festival

by Wochit 0:50 mins

One of the most powerful and violent films to be shown at the Venice Film Festival this year, Japanese director Shinya Tsukamoto's "Nobi" (Fires on the Plain), delivers a stinging anti-war message bathed in blood. A remake of a 1959 classic, the film, shown late on Monday and in competition for the main festival prize, sticks to the plot of Kon Ichikawa's earlier film about defeated Japanese troops in the Philippines in World War Two.

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