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Blood Oath is a Australian feature film, known in some countries as Prisoners of the Sun. The film is based on the real-life trial of Japanese soldiers for war. Blood Oath (original title) Russell Crowe in Prisoners of the Sun () Russell Crowe and Bryan Brown in Prisoners of the Sun () Terry O'Quinn in. In , a tribunal was held to investigate atrocities committed by the Japanese upon Australian soldiers during World War II. At an internment.

On an obscure Pacific Island just north of Australia, the Japanese Empire has operated a prisoner of war camp for Australian soldiers. At the close of World War II.

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“Blood Oath” (also called “Prisoners of the Sun” in the States) is an Australian film released in It was directed by Stephen Wallace and. Also called Prisoners of the Sun when I'd first seen it, an early Russell crowe performance that evidently got him seriously noticed, very. The film picked up 9 nominations at the AFI Awards, but scored only two In the Blood Oath DVD commentary track, co-producer Denis Whitburn notes.

The story of an Australian army captain assigned by the Australian Army Legal Corps to prosecute Japanese war criminals in command of the Ambon Island.

Blood Oath is the harrowing story of the trials conducted on Ambon (then still part of Shioya (Lt. Tanaka) at the AFI Awards (Thanks to Brian A. Williams).

Blood Oath () [VHS]: Bryan Brown, George Takei, Terry O'Quinn, John Bach, Toshi Shioya, John Clarke, Deborah Kara Unger, John Polson, Russell Crowe.

Sometimes in life there are happy coincidences, and Blood Oath (aka Prisoners of the Sun) has one of those within it. A movie that would have.

Blood Oath, although it takes place on Ambon Island, was filmed in Queensland. Blood Oath was the 3rd highest grossing domestic film in Australia in

Blood oath / Brian A. Williams. Author. Williams, Brian A. Other Authors. Whitburn, Denis. Published. Sydney: Angus & Robertson, North Ryde, N.S.W. Original UK lobby card 10x8 ins., Colour, featuring Bryan Brown in a scene from BLOOD OATH(aka Prisoners Of The Sun)() Original on Kodak photo paper. Blood Oath is a Australian feature film known in some countries as Prisoners of the Sun The film is based on the reallife trial of Japanese.

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Released in Australian cinemas in July , Blood Oath was not popular; yet it's one of Australia's finest dramas, and it deals with not just a. Please understand that you are asking questions about a ceremony that is considered the most sacred of our ordinances and that does involve. Blood Oath (). Stephen Wallace. Bryan Brown, George Takei, Terry O'Quinn, John Bach, Toshi Shioya, John Clarke, Deborah Kara Unger, John Polson.

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Blood Oath aka Prisoners of the Sun aka Blutiger Schwur () Directed by Stephen Wallace. With Bryan Brown, George Takei, Terry O'Quinn, John Bach.

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