Shinsuke Ogawa – Nihon Kaiho sensen: Sanrizuka no natsu AKA The Battle for the Liberation of Japan: Summer in Sanrizuka (1968)

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In 1968, Ogawa decided to form Ogawa Productions and locate it at the newly announced construction site of Narita International Airport in a district called Sanrizuka. Ogawa chose to locate his company in the most radical of the villages, Heta. Some farmers immediately sold their land; others vehemently protested and drew the support of social movements across the country. Together they clashed with riot police sent in to protect surveyors, who were plotting out the airport. Summer in Sanrizuka is a messy film – its chaos communicating the passions and actions on the ground.




1.24GB | 1h 44mn | 718×538 | mkv

https://nitroflare.com/view/8AF125376D5740D/Summer_in_Sanrizuka.part1.rar
https://nitroflare.com/view/3B4E24F7BDA22D1/Summer_in_Sanrizuka.part2.rar
https://nitroflare.com/view/19CABD01C1979C3/Summer_in_Sanrizuka.srt

Language:Japanese
Subtitles:English

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