Directed by: James T. Hong & Yin-Ju Chen
Running Time: 106 minutes
One of the hidden horrors of the 20th century is brought to light in this hard-hitting documentary essay that details a Japanese history of chemical warfare and medical experimentation carried out largely against the Chinese population from the late ‘30s through WWII. Filmmakers Hong and Wang unearth copious proof of the use of biological weapons, live vivisection, and human experimentation, and include the testimony of living survivors now in their eighties.
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