Length： 84 mins
In 1945, Japan unconditionally surrendered, ending fourteen years of war against China. Ten years later, in 1956, PRC indicted 1,000 Japanese soldiers for war crimes. How did they come to China? What wound they face when they arrived? How would the accusations affect the soldiers’ lives? This film, through the course of a trial, examines how the two countries acknowledged the war, further examining the differences between the two countries.