Tokyo After Dark

Based on an actual event, this picture presents Long as an American soldier stationed in Japan who has taken a sincere interest in that country's culture, even taking a Japanese fiancee. His behavior varies greatly from the usual bullheaded antics of the troops stationed in Japan, but when he accidentally shoots and kills a Japanese youth, Long becomes...read more

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Based on an actual event, this picture presents Long as an American soldier stationed in Japan who has taken a sincere interest in that country's culture, even taking a Japanese fiancee. His behavior varies greatly from the usual bullheaded antics of the troops stationed in Japan, but when

he accidentally shoots and kills a Japanese youth, Long becomes the center of controversy. The Japanese use him as an example of the cruel actions the American soldiers are known for, leaving Long in a rather sticky situation. Though the premise has the makings of an intriguing story, the film

soon becomes a boring discussion of what Long plans to do. The problem is, he doesn't do anything; he just talks about it, which doesn't make for very interesting viewing.

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