In 1937, Japan began their invasion of China by murdering over 300,000 people in the capital of Nanjing. The atrocities committed against women and their daughters are especially barbaric. In Beijing, there are rumors that a masked man is systematically killing Japanese soldiers, working his way to the top Japanese General of the 1937 invasion on Chinese women. With the world's attention on Europe, treaties are useless and genocide rages throughout the country going unnoticed. An American reporter is sent to China to uncover the truth about the unrest between China and Japan. What he finds threatens his own life and the sovereignty of the United States. Written by
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It's the first feature film to be shot at Tao Hua Dao Island at the coast of Zhejiang Province, east of China. Half of the film were shot there, the other half were shot at Ninghai film Studios, one of the largest film studios in China. Ninghai is located near the coast also at Zhejiang Province. See more