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ESC to close 4.06 (by 137 users)eien no 0
  • 2013
  • film
  • Japan

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romanized eien no 0
native
english The Eternal Zero (literal)
aka eien no zero, 永遠のゼロ

Based On

based on book
title eien no 0
author Hyakuta Naoki (百田尚樹)

Genres

genres drama, military

Language

language Japanese

Production

country Japan
type real
format film

Release

date 21 Dec, 2013
duration 144 minutes
status finished

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avg. score 4.06 of 5 by 137 users
total users 385
rating 556
favorites 1

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eien no 0
2015 TV jp
same setting

Synopsis

Saeki Kentarou is 26, but doesn't really have the willpower to make the best of his life. When his grandmother dies, he suddenly hears of her first husband, Miyabe Kyuuzou, his real grandfather. Kentarou and his sister Kyouko set out to find out more about their grandfather, who was known as a coward and yet died as a kamikaze pilot during the Pacific War.

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Roles

Saeki Kentarou
main
Miyabe Kyuuzou
main
Ooishi Matsuno
main
Koyama
supporting
Saeki Kyouko
supporting
Saeki Kiyoko
supporting

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29 Jan, 2015
They are both about World War 2, and follow the lives of a family from the beginning to the end of the war.

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yamaneko 12 Oct, 2015
The attack of the US Navy SBD "Dauntless" dive bombers at Midway is depicted wrong, bomb release in reality was much lower, SBDs released their bombs at aproximately 1,500 feet (500 m) altitude, not so high as shown in the movie.

http://www.pacificaviationmuseum.org/pearl-harbor-blog/douglas-sbd-dauntless-scout-dive-bomber#sthash.Lr6MUu61.dpuf
nsara24 08 Apr, 2015
tho i cried alot watching dis one , it was all worth it. pure masterpiece
lonelily 18 Sep, 2014
one of the thing i liked a lot about the movie is that it never was "too much". it never was overly melo-dramatic, it was sad, like every war movies, but it wasn't a tearjerker, it was moving, but in a subtle way, imo.
reonsoru 19 Mar, 2014
Personally, I am not really a fan of war movies but there is a few war movies that I enjoyed (like “Letters from Iwo Jima”) and this one belongs into this category. The movie does not glorify war and shows the real fate of those who had to lived through these tough times. The computer animations and flight scenes are done really nicely, cinematography-wise I really enjoyed the beautiful shots of the sky in this movie. As fan of Okada Junichi, you should definitely put this movie on your list!

(Full review here: http://reonsoru.wordpress.com/2014/03/19/the-fabulous-world-of-japanese-and-korean-cinema-001-eien-on-zero/)
crimsoneyes 27 Jan, 2014
@yuna I cried soooooo much in that film but it was so good!! and yeah, the last scene was amazing
yuna 21 Apr, 2013
Woah! Okada as grandfather who was in tokkou? Seems interesting. Gotta love tha cast. But all the wait...

Edit: I just love the last scene...
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