"Unbroken," the film based on the true story of Louis Zamperini's World War II experiences, includes his horrific treatment by the Japanese as a prisoner of war.
The treatment of Americans in their labor camps was beyond description. I can testify to the truth since I was a civilian teenager in a Japanese labor camps for three years myself and sustained bodily punishments.
The film distributor, Toho-Towa, has no plans for releasing this film in Nippon. Hiromichi Moteki, of the nationalist society for the dissemination of historical facts, stated that the film is "pure fabrication."
It is apparent that we again deal here with fanatic Japanese right-wingers who deny all atrocities committed by the Japanese military during WW II. All I can say is that it is sad and reprehensible to mask the truth.