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The Screen Guide

Noriko Sekiguchi's SENSO DAUGHTERS focusses on the legacy of the Japanese occupation of Papua New Guinea during the Second World War. It is a legacy that arises from rape, starvation and terror. This is a compelling story which brings to life a little known aspect of the Second World War. It gives voice to the civilians who were forced to endure a living hell and ensures that their experience will never be forgotten.

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Crew

Director
Noriko Sekiguchi
Producer
Noriko Sekiguchi
Editor
Les McLaren

Production Details

Production Completion
1990
Genre
Drama, History and national identity

Sales

International Sales
Siglo Co Ltd