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Japanese-Americans look back on life in WWII internment camps. "Those places were jails," says writer Chizuko Omori, whose sister Emiko is the film's director and writer. Among the topics: the effect of internment on family life; political and generational divisions among internees; a loyalty questionnaire the U.S. government required internees fill out; and internee resistance to a wartime draft.