Black Sun: The Nanking Massacre is an uncompromising portrayal of the war crimes perpetrated by the Japanese Imperial Army upon the Chinese military and civilian population of Nanking during the occupation of the city. Hailed by critics as one of the most disturbing films ever released, Black Sun: The Nanking Massacre is unflinching in it's depiction of the barbaric cruelty with which the occupying army raped, pillaged and terrorized the defeated populace. Written by
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This film's closing epilogue states: "After Nanking was occupied by the Japanese Army, massive burning, killing, raping and plundering continued for 6 weeks. Males, females, old, and young - none were spared. The atrocities were even worst than that shown in this film. This was not a war. It was an intentional, planned, and organized massacre." See more
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