Discussion in 'Black People Open Forum' started by AMB1977, Apr 23, 2015.
Indeed, Ive noticed this behavior many times in the past. It seems that antagonists can't get enough of themselves. ....
that's pretty much how it feels the "common thinking" goes.
wonder what the reaction would be if there were mivies made about living in either of the "famous" internment camps of the jews or the japanese?
There have been plenty of movies about the Japanese internment camps
American Pastime (2007) Focuses on internees' use of baseball as a source of entertainment while living in camp
Bad Day at Black Rock (1955)
Come See the Paradise (1990) Follows an interracial family separated by the wartime incarceration program
Day of Independence (2003) A Nisei teen immerses himself in baseball after his parents decide to return to Japan rather than remain in camp in the U.S.
Farewell to Manzanar (1976) Made for television adaptation of Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston's memoirs of her time in the Manzanar concentration camp
Forgotten Valor (2001) Written and directed by Lane Nishikawa, a Nisei veteran remembers his experiences during WWII
Go for Broke! (1951) Based on the real life story of the 442nd Regimental Combat Team, a segregated army unit of Japanese American men, many of whom served while their families were incarcerated on the home front
Hell to Eternity (1960) Biopic about Guy Gabaldon, a Mexican American Marine who was adopted by a Japanese American family at age 12 and went on to serve in WWII while his adoptive family was interned in Manzanar
If Tomorrow Comes (1971) Made-for-TV movie following the romance between a Nisei man and a white woman at the start of WWII
Snow Falling on Cedars (1999) Adaptation of the novel by David Guterson
Strawberry Fields (1997)
Also many documentary's
Now some of us are beginning to have this same philosophy.
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