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Keith Huxley’s Historic Investigative Film Documenting His Father’s Daring Escape From A Japanese Prison Camp In Shanghai During World War II On 1 All Regions DVD!
Not since the Second World War were foreigners allowed into the sections of mainland China that Keith Huxley was allowed to visit in 1990, when he made this film to discover and document the route and the people along it that his father Tom Huxley, a British teenager living a privileged life in Shanghai China when the Japanese invaded and imprisoned him along with all other British nationals, used to escape his imprisonment in 1944. In so doing, he not discovers the route that wound through large areas of China virtually unknown to westerners, he also discovers some of the key individuals responsible for saving his father, thereby rekindling the embers of good faith that were just being allowed to reignite as China opened herself back up to the West in the post-Mao years. You'll never have seen anything quite like this before, and you'll be all the more better for having seen it (Color, 1991, 58 Minutes)
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