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SAILOR ET LULA

WILD AT HEART

David LYNCH

Country : United states

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In Competition – Feature Films

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Directed by : Alan PARKER

Country : UNITED STATES

Synopsis

During the World War II over 110.000 Japanese Americans, mostly American citizens, were interned in concentration camps in the United States, unconstitutionally, without trial, for no reason other than their racial ancestry.
Our story is about enduring love set against this tragic and neglected period of American history. It is also about family, racism, governmental folly and the eternal stupidity of war.

Credits

Alan PARKER - Script / Dialogue

Alan PARKER - Director

Michael SERESIN - Cinematography

Randy EDELMAN - Music

Gerry HAMBLING - Film Editor

Geoffrey KIRKLAND - Set decorator

Film poster © DR

In Competition – Feature Films Released on Alan PARKER

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During the World War II over 110.000 Japanese Americans, mostly American citizens, were interned in concentration camps in the United States, unconsti...
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