10 000 nuits dans la jungle (\N)

Yûya Endô,
When Japan surrenders at the end of World War II, soldier Hiroo Onoda retreats into the jungles of the Philippines to continue the war himself for another 10,000 days.
  • 7.2 /10.0 IMDB Rating:
  • DatePublished:
  • 2019-03-19 Added:
  • Vincent Poymiro, Writer:
  • Arthur Harari, Director:
  • Producer:


8 / 10

Some long moments, but I hope you're strapped in

The movie's really good. The beginning kinda drags on, despite you perfectly understanding the stakes, but it pays out in the end.

The characters are lovable, the story's not far from what really happened. The picture's great, although slightly blurry sometimes.

Really worth it.

10 / 10

Great movie, good actors.

Felt it is a bit too long in several scenes particularly early on, but watched it very smoothly due to the great story line.

Actors are all very impressive. Performance by Taiga Nakano was a relief in otherwise very serious picture.

Director Arthur Harari should deserve an admiration creating all Japanese language picture despite limited business prospect.

Ken Kai.

1 / 10

a real story that don't need to be in film

There is nothing interesting to make a movie of a man that have been fooled for war. You can see its loyalty and stupidity at the same time. Live have been lost during the war and nothing great to make a story about a man which is stupid enough to live his life in war.

2 / 10

Overrated film

The subject is very interesting but the film fails: its photography is ugly although it would like to be beautiful, "artistic", same thing with the movements of the camera, silly and useless. The typical case of the overrated film, which only benefits from the interest of the subject.

6 / 10

Failed to fulfill my expectations

Screenplay was quite slow, runtime was quite long which is totally unnecessary. Cinematography, colour grading & editing could be much more better. This movie also failed to portrait lots of events at that time. There's no bgm through the entirre movie which was another defect.