Rabbit in the Moon (1999)




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Appearing first at the Sundance Film Festival in 1999, this documentary dispels commonly held ideas regarding the Japanese-Americans who were forced to live in isolated internment camps during World War II. Some Americans still believe that Japanese-Americans were there of their own accord. Unable to keep silent any longer, former residents speak out in this film and discuss the long-term psychological effects of the camps. The film covers the generational conflict within the camps, as well as the deaths of two Japanese-Americans killed by the U.S. Army at the Manzanar Relocation Center.


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