The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Given that the subject matter cries out for delicacy, and that the film's subjects seem emotionally fragile, Suzuki's tactics are surprisingly hamhanded.
The execution is a bit clumsy, but the documentary "MIS: Human Secret Weapon" shines a light on an interesting bit of World War II history...
The third documentary in Junichi Suzuki's significant series about the Japanese American experience in World War II.
Although the veterans go light on tales from the front line, it's their stories of fractured identity that form the heart of the project.
Filmmaker Junichi Suzuki reveals a WWII secret: 6,000 Japanese-Americans joined MIS (Military Intelligence Service, fighting against Japan, even 'tho the U.S. placed their loved ones into internment camps.
An important documentary about little-known, vital Japanese-American efforts to win World War II succeeds in imparting the story, although marred by some clumsily obvious directorial choices.
The documentary necessitates a degree of respect and sensitivity that makes it difficult to stress how bad it is.
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