168sean168 wrote: »
Nanking (2007) A documentary inspired by the writings of the late Iris Chang. It has actors including Woody Harrelson narrating from the writings of the westerners that were present during the rapes and massacres in Nanking during Japan's invasion into China. These westerners, led by a ❤️❤️❤️❤️ representative, played an important role to save the lives of many there and also to record the history.
Black and white preserved footages of event was also shown amid the narrations. The best parts for me were the emotional interviews with the survivors. At times I couldn't hear the narrations of the westerners properly as they spoke rather fast. I generally could decipher UK English better. And there was only Chinese subtitles in the version I watched and it was full of errors.
This is an important documentary for posterity. Till today, Japan still hides the story of WWII in their history books and they also worship the few convicted war criminals in their shrines. And there exists people who still deny about the events of Nanking.
KLmaker wrote: »
Buffy The Vampire Slayer. TV Series.
Been on E4 since last Monday, missed the start but caught up on catch up.
Had seen it first time round, though I thought I started watching after a number of episodes in, but no, I had seen it from the first episode but not right from the start, so I'm happy I can watch it again and get the episodes I missed.
Although, it does seem a bit more childish than what I remember, but I have always liked Fantasy genre and I like the theme tune, wish the music could have been longer though.
johncolombo wrote: »
I just finished watching this:
I liked it.
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