1942 Photos

This has been one of the most fun and back-breaking shoots ever. We set out for Kluang, Malaysia with only 15 crew including 5 actors from Japan, who have never, ever, set foot in the tropical rainforest before. It’s an adventure that we’ll all remember for the rest of our film-making careers. Especially our DOP Ah Yin… (THE LIZARDS ARE HUGE…)

The Patrol
The Patrol

“It all started in the trench…”
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“6th division 6th division… Over!”
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“Keep up the pace!”
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“We must catch up…”
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“Where did the division go?”
The Patrol In Padifield

“Have faith.”
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“What’s that singing…”
Mak Minah & Sato

“There’re no such things as ghosts…”
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“Stay Low…”
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“Go to sleep…”
Mak Minah & Baby

“Come out!”
Mak Minah & Tanaka

Harakiri
Harakiri

“Hang in there… Major”
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“I’ve been watching you…”
Mak Minah

“Soldiers need a break too…”
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Chihiro is enjoying himself…
Poor Goto

The Real Jungle People
The Orang Aslis 1

The Villagers That Helped Us
The Orang Aslis 2

We Like You Ledi!!!!
Group Photo

The End
The Patrol In Rain

In 1942…
The Traitor

Recollections…
Celebration 4
Celebration 2
Celebration 3
Celebration 1

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~ by kelvintong on May 1, 2005.

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