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Drawn from Keiji Nakazawa`s true life experiences surrounding the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima during the summer of 1945, Barefoot Gen tells the story of one family`s struggle to survive in the aftermath of one of World War II`s defining moments.
As ... More the film begins, six-year-old Gen has lived nearly his entire life in the shadow of war, a war fought in distant lands far away from the life he knew with his family in his native Japan. Yet, nothing he had ever experienced would prepare him for the horrors which follow the bombing of Hiroshima on August 6, 1945. Less
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truly a very hard movie to digest. i never want to forget any part of this anime. what's also horrifying apart from the horrors of war depicted is that this is seen through the eyes of a young, brave and mischievous boy (most of the events are based on the mangaka's personal experiences) the story is a little inconsistent but that does not really matter here. the message was very very clear and i hope this is realized by everyone. in short, my feelings are fucked read