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Men Behind the Sun Collection(1988-1995)

Genres: Drama, War, Horror, History

A quadrology of early HK exploitation films based around the Japan-China War. Missing: Laboratory of the Devil, A Narrow Escape. Could not be added for some reason.


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Men Behind the Sun(1988)

1h 45min | War, History, Horror, Drama
3.1/5 (with 54 votes)

The film is a graphic depiction of the war atrocities committed by the Japanese at Unit 731, the secret biological weapons experimentation unit of the Imperial Japanese Army during World War II. The film details the various cruel medical experiments Unit 731 inflicted upon the Chinese and Soviet prisoners at the tail-end of the war.

Directed by Mou Tun-fei

Laboratory of the Devil(1992)

1h 36min | War, Horror
2.5/5 (with 4 votes)

In the spring of 1945, Japan established a secret base, Unit 731 in Manchuria, where many innocent Chinese, Korean and Mongolian people were killed in grotesque experiments. An idealistic young doctor , Morishima, is horrified by the experiments being performed in the camp and when his fiancée arrives disguised as a Chinese prisoner he sets out to liberate the camp. A docudrama sequel to the notorious Men Behind the Sun, which pulls no punches when it comes to delivering the shocks!

Directed by Godfrey Ho

A Narrow Escape(1994)

1h 33min | Drama
1.2/5 (with 2 votes)

During the shut down and destruction of the Japanese test camp Squadron 731 in Manchuria, a soldier becomes infected with a virus developed during the camp's testing and risks spreading it into Japan on the train ride home.

Black Sun: The Nanking Massacre(1995)

1h 31min | Drama
3.2/5 (with 8 votes)

Black Sun: The Nanking Massacre, also called Men Behind the Sun 4, is a 1994 Hong Kong film directed by Mou Tun Fei and is in many ways considered to be a follow up to the 1987 shockumentary film, Men Behind the Sun. The movie depicts the events behind the Nanking Massacre committed by the Imperial Japanese army against Chinese citizens and refugees during the Second Sino-Japanese War. Like Men Behind the Sun, the film was both criticized and praised for its brutal portrayal of the Japanese atrocities, such as the notorious contest to kill 100 people using a sword, during the early and late stages of World War II, but at the same time was questioned over historical accuracy and violence which gave the film a more exploitation feel to it.

Directed by Mou Tun-fei
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