Hell in the Pacific

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Released 1968

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Hell in the Pacific

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Director:
John Boorman
Released:
1968
Rating:
G
Hell in the Pacific is an action film that was made in 1968 and directed by John Boorman. Alexander Jacobs and Eric Bercovici wrote the screenplay. Reuban Bercovitch produced the story. The film is a World War II story about two soldiers that are stranded on an island where there are no other people. One of the soldiers is Japanese Captain Tsuruhiko Kuroda (Toshiro Mifune) and the other is an American Pilot (Lee Marvin). They must team up and get past their countries being at war to save their own lives. The movie does not have a lot of talking but it realistically portrays what it would be like to be stranded with someone who does not speak your language. The atmosphere of this film is entertaining and it shows the true nature of humans during war when they are set apart from civilization. These men endure grave inner struggles while trying to keep themselves alive. The movie was filmed in the Pacific Ocean in the Rock Islands. The actors actually had military experience and served for their own countries during World War II. This film has great reviews and excites ones imagination as to what it would be like to be stranded on a beautiful Pacific island.moreless
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