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Fires on the Plain

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Time Out says

Ichikawa’s best-known film is basically the flip side of Terrence Malick’s The Thin Red Line, as Japanese soldiers struggle to survive a living hell in the Philippines during WWII. The director’s wide-screen imagery is extraordinary; see this on the big screen if you can.

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