My last breath

My last breath

A comfort women, named Yi OK-seon, her memory never disappear, it was recorded intermittently by this documentary film. When accusing the Japanese of their atrocities in front of the camera, she demonstrates her tragic experiences, voices her historical testimony and shows the great trauma left on her body and mind. She also misses her life in China, where she had lived for 60 years. My Last Breath is not only a documentary about "the comfort women of the Imperial Japanese Army," but also a precious document of the oral history from a genuine victim.

Running Time
28 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Liu Zhongbo
South Korea, China
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «My last breath» (20)

Frances avatar

A shining neon-glowing Documentary.

Jesse Dunn avatar
Jesse Dunn

Liu Zhongbo has already made a few such films. But THIS is the best, One of the most interesting, artistically impressive and overall films of the year so far!!!

Susan avatar

It`s a wonderful movie. In my opinion it`s a best movie what I see!

Walter Carpenter avatar
Walter Carpenter

Great story, exciting to watch!

Christine avatar

A simple movie done really, really well.

John avatar

It kept you going I couldn't putt it on hold to get my coffee.

Jessica Elliott avatar
Jessica Elliott

The story was magnificent! Once again, Liu Zhongbo have proved their prowess in making excellent films.

Roger M. avatar
Roger M.

Brilliant underrated Documentary film!

Tiffany Brown avatar
Tiffany Brown

When you are using real actors and not "reheated" stars alongside silly semi-amateurs, plus a script that does not self plagiarize, any movie can only be good and very good!