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UNFINISHED BUSINESS: THE JAPANESE AMERICAN INTERNMENT CASES

USA, 1985 (MIFF 1986)

Director: Steven Okazaki

The compelling true story of three men who resisted the incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II. All three were convicted and imprison for standing up for the rights of their people.

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