Nihon no ichiban nagai hi = The emperor in August
日本のいちばん長い日 = The emperor in August /
|CLOSED||Classmark: MDVD /9862||Available|
|Level E||Classmark: MDVD25 /9000||Available|
Nihon no ichiban nagai hi = The emperor in August / Shōchiku Kabushiki Kaisha ; gensaku, Handō Kazutoshi ; kyakuhon, kantoku, Harada Masato.
日本のいちばん長い日 = The emperor in August / 松竹株式会社 ; 原作, 半藤一利 ; 脚本, 監督, 原田眞人.
Nihon no ichiban nagai hi (Motion picture : 2015)
Emperor in August
Nihon no ichiban nagai hi.
日本のいちばん長い日 (Motion picture : 2015)
|Main author:||Fuuki, Harumi, (Composer)|
|Other authors:||Handō, Kazutoshi, 1930-Harada, Masato, 1949- (Screenwriter)Yakusho, Kōji, (Actor)Motoki, Masahiro, 1965- (Actor)Matsuzaka, Tōri, 1988- (Actor)Shibanushi, Takahide, (director of photography.) 半藤一利, 1930- 原田眞人, 1949- 役所広司, 本木雅弘, 1965- 松坂桃李, 柴主高秀, 原田哲男, 富貴晴美,|
July 1945. As the Pacific War was in its final stages, the Allies demanded the acceptance of the Potsdam Declaration* by Japan, which had lost any hope of winning the war. Surrender or fight the Decisive War at home? The cabinet debates day and night, but the controversy only escalates. In the face of Japan's silence, the U.S. drops atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki as the final blows, taking hundreds of thousands of lives. An imperial meeting is convened at noon on August 14 and the cabinet accepts the Emperor's decision to surrender. What was the fate of Japan that changed with every second during the longest day in its history--from when the cabinet made the decision to when the Emperor personally made a radio announcement declaring the end of the war at noon on August 15? --
|Other authors:||Handō, Kazutoshi, 1930-, Harada, Masato, 1949- (Screenwriter), Yakusho, Kōji, (Actor), Motoki, Masahiro, 1965- (Actor), Matsuzaka, Tōri, 1988- (Actor), Shibanushi, Takahide, (director of photography.)|
Satsuei, Shibanushi Takahide ; bijutsu, Harada Tetsuo ; ongaku, Fuuki Harumi.