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The French computer programmer Laura inherits the task of making a computer game of the Battle of Okinawa during World War II. She searches the internet for information on the battle, and... See more »

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Catherine Belkhodja ...
Laura
Kenji Tokitsu ...
Himself
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Ju'nishi Ushiyama ...
Himself
Kinjo Shigeaki ...
Himself
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Chris Marker

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Chris Marker ... ()

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Anatole Dauman ... producer
Françoise Widhoff ... producer

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Chris Marker ... (as Michel Krasna)

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Yves Angelo ... (segment "Laura among the animals")
Gérard de Battista
Chris Marker

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Florent Lavallée ... re-recording mixer

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The French computer programmer Laura inherits the task of making a computer game of the Battle of Okinawa during World War II. She searches the internet for information on the battle, and interviews Japanese experts and witnesses. The extraordinary circumstances of the Battle of Okinawa lead Laura to reflect deeply on her own life and humanity in general, particularly the influence of history and memories. Written by Brian Rawnsley

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Also Known As
  • Level 5 (France)
  • Уровень 5 (Russia)
  • Ötös szint (Hungary)
  • Piaty poziom (Poland)
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  • 106 min
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Trivia Like the character of Laura (Catherine Belkhodja) in Level Five, the reader or the spectator keeps wondering about the choices and variations of a work with enigmas and changing lines. See more »
Goofs In one scene Laura imagined the historical possibility of The 9th Division of the United States Army landed in Formosa (Taiwan) rather than Okinawa. But the 9th division was active in Northern Africa and Southern Europe during the World War II, not in East Asia. See more »
Movie Connections Edited from Let There Be Light (1946). See more »
Soundtracks Un Jour, tu Verras... See more »

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