Nanking

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Filmmaker Bill Guttentag takes a closer look at the atrocities committed by the Japanese after Nanking fell to the Imperial Japanese Army in 1937 with this documentary that was inspired by Iris Chang's novel The Rape of Nanking. Compiled from over 700 hours of footage including news-reel footage, interviews with survivors and soldiers, and staged readings, Nanking was financed in large by millionaire Ted Leonsis, who had read Chang's obituary and subsequently been prompted to read the author's best-selling ...
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Filmmaker Bill Guttentag takes a closer look at the atrocities committed by the Japanese after Nanking fell to the Imperial Japanese Army in 1937 with this documentary that was inspired by Iris Chang's novel The Rape of Nanking. Compiled from over 700 hours of footage including news-reel footage, interviews with survivors and soldiers, and staged readings, Nanking was financed in large by millionaire Ted Leonsis, who had read Chang's obituary and subsequently been prompted to read the author's best-selling account of the massacre.
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Special Features

Theatrical trailer; Trailer gallery; 16X9 full frame; Various languages; 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround; English subtitles
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/29/2008
  • UPC: 821575556354
  • Original Release: 2007
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  • Source: Velocity / Thinkfilm
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:30:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Hugo Armstrong Participant
Rosalind Chao Participant
Stephen Dorff Participant
John Getz Participant
Mariel Hemingway Participant
Michelle Krusiec Participant
Chris Mulkey Participant
Jürgen Prochnow Participant
Sonny Saito Participant
Graham Sibley Participant
Robert Wu Participant
Mark Valley Participant
Woody Harrelson Participant
Cao Zhi Kun Participant
Chang Zhi Qiang Participant
Ding Yong Qing Participant
Jiang Gen Fu Participant
Ding Guo Yong Participant
Li Gao Shan Participant
Li Su Fen Participant
Luo Zhong Yang Participant
Ni Cui Ping Participant
Xia Shu Qin Participant
Wang Wen Yu Participant
Wu Zheng Xi Participant
Zhang Xiu Hong Participant
Zhou Ji Mu Participant
Technical Credits
Bill Guttentag Director, Original Story, Producer, Screenwriter
Dan Sturman Director, Editor, Original Story, Screenwriter
Elisabeth Bentley Associate Producer, Screenwriter
Violet Du Feng Co-producer
Hibah Sherif Frisina Editor
Jo Ann Jacobs Associate Producer
Michael Jacobs Producer
Venus Kanani Casting
Ted Leonsis Producer
Phil Marshall Score Composer
Charlton McMillan Editor
Michael Schweitzer Editor
Buddy Squires Cinematographer
Mary Vernieu Casting
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Nanking
1. Main Title; a Story That Must Be Told [3:01]
2. Nanking, China [4:12]
3. August 15, 1937 [10:18]
4. The Fall of Shanghai [4:12]
5. Establishing a Saftey Zone [5:37]
6. Freshly Spilled Blood [13:49]
7. Japanese 6th Brigade Order [4:18]
8. 20,000 Prisoners of War [2:08]
9. The Japanese Enter the Safety Zone [11:26]
10. Christmas Eve [11:54]
11. A New Year [4:45]
12. Eight Reels of Film [4:34]
13. The Aftermath [5:09]
14. End Credits [4:32]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Nanking
   Feature Start
   Scene Selections
   Set-Up
      Dolby Digital 5.1
      Dolby Digital 2.0
      Subtitles For the Deaf and Hard of Hearing - On
      Subtitles For the Deaf and Hard of Hearing - Off
      Spanish Subtitles - On
      Spanish Subtitles - Off
   Theatrical Trailer
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