"Our military training was to stab a living human being."
Kaneko Yasuji, born in 1920
"I confess, I committed experiments on living people."
Yuasa Ken, born in 1916
"When Japan lost the war, the final order was to euthanize all the patients." Sakamoto Hatsue, born in 1929
"From Myanmar, the Philippines, Malaysia, China, and from Korean penninsula..they were all comfort women." Akimoto Minoru, born in 1921
A remarkable memoir of war crimes recited in front of the camera to reveal the truth, now towards the end of their lives.
They were the criminals, but now they are the victims too.
Vivid, with no narration, the audience can only get a glimpse of the scars left behind from war.
This documentary features the history of the attacks that left deep scars, not only to the victims, but also to the perpetrators themselves.