Hell in the Pacific

"Out of violence, compassion. Out of suspicion, trust. Out of hell, hope."
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Hell in the Pacific is a war movie. It is about an American and a Japanese stranded together. During World War II an American pilot is stranded on an island in the Pacific. It does not take him long to find out there is one other inhabitant who is Japanese. Even though the two are on opposite sides of the war they cannot survive unless they work together. Each one needs the help of the other.

The focus of this war movie is about the survival of two people. They are on opposing sides of the war yet cannot survive unless they work together.

| 1968 | 1 hr 43 min | 7.3/10
Lee Marvin, ToshirĂ´ Mifune
John Boorman
Produced By
Reuben Bercovitch, Henry G. Saperstein, Selig J. Seligman
Hell in the Pacific
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