|Official Release Date||Nov 15, 2011|
|Audio||Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo|
|Running Time||150 minutes|
descriptionThis grueling, disturbing documentary argues that although World War II offered many hellish environments - from New Guinea swamps, to sweltering Philippine jungles, to the frozen Russian tundra - no sphere was as miserable and inhumane as the torture-filled prison camps to which the Japanese strong-armed their Allied Captives. The film takes viewers inside of the said camps, via interviews with survivors, discussions with historians, startling archival footage, and much more.
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