A historical drama that focuses on a decade-long investigation into events in the Pacific during and after WWII.
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...  Myron C. Cramer 4 episodes, 2016
...  William. D. Patrick 4 episodes, 2016
...  Henri Bernard 4 episodes, 2016
...  B. V. A. Röling 4 episodes, 2016
...  President Sir William Webb 4 episodes, 2016
...  General Douglas MacArthur 4 episodes, 2016
...  Radhabinod Pal 4 episodes, 2016
...  E. Stuart McDougall 4 episodes, 2016
David Tse ...  Mei Ru'ao 4 episodes, 2016
...  Erima H. Northcroft 4 episodes, 2016
...  Colonel Delfin Jaranillo 4 episodes, 2016
...  Eta Harich-Schneider 4 episodes, 2016
Gabija Jaraminaite ...  Russian Translator 4 episodes, 2016
Kestutis Stasys Jakstas ...  General I.M. Zaryanov 4 episodes, 2016
...  Narrator 4 episodes, 2016
...  Michio Takeyama 3 episodes, 2016
Porgy Franssen ...  General Willink 3 episodes, 2016
...  Quentin Baxter / ... 3 episodes, 2016
Petras Kuneika ...  Lieutenant / ... 3 episodes, 2016
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A historical drama that focuses on a decade-long investigation into events in the Pacific during and after WWII.

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NHK Special Tokyo Trial  »

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The Dutch judge Röling is the uncle of successful painter Marthe Röling. See more »

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Major General Cramer, Judge Advocate General (JAG) of the United States Army, is wearing the Corps of Engineers branch insignia instead of the JAG branch insignia. See more »

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A fascinating insight into the Trials, much less well-known than Nurenberg
15 April 2017 | by See all my reviews

Good history, fine acting. The moral nuances become very real as the Justices deliberate. I expect my attorney friends will really like this. For the most part the film succeeds in avoiding black and white characters and draws out the complexities of personalities and values. This is not a thriller, more of a morality play based on real high-stakes deliberations. The casting for General MacArthur was a minus, not because of the acting, there was little meat in the role, but there must be thousands of actors who would look like MacArthur and could handle this role. No one else's likeness was relevant, who knew the judges? But...


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