When a Japanese pilot crash-lands on the tiny remote Hawaiian island of Ni’ihau, he is met with courtesy and traditional Hawaiian hospitality from the locals – until they discover he was part of the recent attack on Pearl Harbor.
User Reviews: But even as hawaiian this story was it was barely a mediocre one. if you expect war your lost, if you would like some harakiri then your in. you will also find a whole lot of village around the bonfire talking or walking and not much more than that. there are some fistfights between friends , and foes too. itll may have some appeal for the right wing japanese audiences, because it has some japanese imperialism in its hidden agenda.
the acting are at b and c level, the locations and settings are rather like ”your mama and my mama, sitting by the fire”, and feels like a bunch of locals in a theater company joining forces to tell their part of the islands war history.
the grumpy old man saw it and will attend the haugesund international film festival later today