Japanese War Movies
Thursday, March 31 by Karen Murdock

History books are one thing, but these Japanese war movies lend a moving, human perspective on war from a Japanese point of view. Whether these Japanese war movies reveal the…

James Cameron Considering ‘Hiroshima’ Film
Friday, January 8 by

The King of the World wants to bomb Japan. James Cameron has optioned Charles Pellegrino's "The Last Train From Hiroshima: The Survivors Look Back." Pellegrino's book chronicles the two days following the nuclear attacks and weaves together eyewitness accounts from Japanese survivors and American pilots.Cameron met with Tsutomu Yamaguchi, the only survivor of the atomic bombings of both Hiroshima and Nagasaki, in late December. Yamaguchi passed away earlier this week.Though Cameron has not set up a film pertaining to the subject matter, it seems that he is doing his research. If this project does come to fruition, expect it to be the big one. Sorry. (Variety)