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Letters from Iwo Jima

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The movie follows General Tadamichi Kuribayashi, the American-educated general as he courageously leads the Japanese resistance to the massive American onslaught of the island of Iwo Jima during World War II.
Actors: Masayuki Yonezawa,
Masayuki Yonezawa
Masayuki Yonezawa
Nae,
Nae
Nae 12 May 1970, Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan
Mathew Botuchis,
Mathew Botuchis
Mathew Botuchis 28 September 1983, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
Yoshi Ishii,
Yoshi Ishii
Yoshi Ishii
Kazunari Ninomiya,
Kazunari Ninomiya
Kazunari Ninomiya 17 June 1983, Tokyo, Japan
Ikuma Ando,
Ikuma Ando
Ikuma Ando
Hiro Abe,
Hiro Abe
Hiro Abe
Avery Wada,
Avery Wada
Avery Wada 7 January 1980, Osaka, Japan
Hallock Beals,
Hallock Beals
Hallock Beals 4 March 1982, Anchorage, Alaska, USA
Sonny Saito,
Sonny Saito
Sonny Saito
Ken Kensei,
Ken Kensei
Ken Kensei 1954, Kochi, Japan
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Genre: DramaHistoryWar
Director: Clint Eastwood
Clint Eastwood
Clint Eastwood 31 May 1930, San Francisco, California, USA
Country: United States
Release: 2006
IMDb: 7.9
Quality:
Duration: 141 min
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Hollywood.com
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November 20, 2008

War is hell, always has been, and movies will continue to confirm it for anyone who might doubt. In this case, though, Letters only shows that for all the different perspective the other side of a war could have, it's the same old movie clichés.
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Time Out
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February 03, 2007

The movie's sense of doom is powerfully conveyed; one graphic scene has weeping soldiers blowing themselves up with grenades.
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Houston Chronicle
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January 19, 2007

Where Flags heaved its characters through war and psychic trauma without first allowing us all to get acquainted, Letters takes such care with its protagonists that they awaken and descend from the screen.
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Fayetteville Free Weekly
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February 02, 2009

The most important film of 2006 was Clint Eastwood's Letters from Iwo Jima. In 20 years Letters from Iwo Jima will be a classic.
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Suite101.com
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September 19, 2010

Modern-day echoes of being snookered into a bad war aren't lost on Clint Eastwood, and "Letters from Iwo Jima" delivers an overwhelmingly powerful eulogy for the death of righteousness in combat on either side of the line.
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Time Out
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February 22, 2007

An even more sombre affair, as beautifully restrained as the earlier film but also, despite its scenes of battle, death, suicide and suffering, shockingly intimate.
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Orlando Sentinel

January 19, 2007

The proper way to appreciate Letters and Flags is to treat them as complimentary halves of the same epic movie, a Godfather war epic. One half is plainly more ambitious than the other, but both have virtues that distinguish them.
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April 23, 2009

Eastwood is a master of the extended look (this comes from the two directors he acknowledges as his own masters, Sergio Leone and Don Siegel), the look that stretches time and that is blinded by what it sees.
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Chicago Reader
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January 27, 2007

Indirectly but cogently comment on our experiences of other movies. Having Japanese soldiers as heroes allows us to reconsider the didacticism we've been handed in the past.
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ReelTalk Movie Reviews
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October 23, 2009

Not an anti-war tract or a glorification but, rather, a fair consideration of humanity that exists within the inhumanity of armed conflict.
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Miami Herald

January 19, 2007

By placing us on the opposite side of the battlefield, the movie forces us to approach it from a fresh perspective. The technique also lends Letters an uncommon timelessness.
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