Letters from Iwo Jima Synopsis
An account of a World War II battle for the island lays out the Japanese perspective.
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Letters from Iwo Jima

By cagalnva
I thought that it was very interesting to see war from the other side. As the movie reflects that soilders are young and scared of the same thing "death" and not being able to return to their familys...

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By maadler922
Fascinating view from the other side. The build up from the beginning might seem like its dragging, but you need every second of it to get the full flavor of the entire picture. A must see. I look...

Beautifully Done

By MongrolMan
This one is truly touching and beautiful. See it and learn what drama is about....

Very very Moving

By ForlornSky
The other side of the battle in Iwo Jima. The acting is top notch, every actor and actres play their parts theo their fullest. The action sequences are just jaw dropping amazing. In my opinion, MUCH...

Letters from Iwo Jima Movie Review

By Asianfreak
100 out of 100 A powerful experience....

Letters From Iwo Jima

By Moviedude
Clint Eastwood's second war masterpiece,after Flags of Our Fathers,is a powerful,masterful account of the war told ferom the japanese side,and in their language.I think it is Clint's boldest film...

What's the big deal

By ndivita
Too long, boring, uninspired. Very weak movie....

A well-made, understated, and beautiful film

By rivenstar
Beautiful cinematography (muted colors and sweeping scenery slightly reminiscent of black-and-white photographs), quiet and moving score, excellent performances (esp. by Watanabe and the two other...

Letters From Iwo Jima

By Reddy4movies
Excellent movie -- Regardless of the subtitles, I liked this movie better than "Flags of Our Fathers". "Letters From Iwo Jima" is about two-and-one-half hours long, but seems to go much faster. Ken...

Second film about WWII battle at Iwo Jima from Clint Eastwook

By handyguy
Told in Clint Eastwood’s signature low-key style, this is a quietly, deeply moving meditation on the horrors of war. For an American director, particularly one associated with conservative politics...

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Rated R | For graphic war violence
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Common Sense Media says Eastwood offers a profound perspective on WWII.
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