When college professor, Peter Proud begins experiencing flashbacks of an earlier life, he's mysteriously drawn to a place he's never been to, but which seems familiar and where he soon finds his previous incarnation's wife.
J. Lee Thompson
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Dramatization of the trial of General Yamashita when he was tried for his actions in the Philippines during World War 2 that resulted in the death of thousands of civilians. And of how the lawyers assigned to defend him tried to.
I watched this movie on television a time or two long ago and really thought it was very interesting. It shows the consequences of a rape from another point of view. In this case, the husband (William Devane) suffers from the raping of his wife (Jennifer O'Neil). It's a psychological drama with good performances. I remember a very tense scene in which Devane talks about the rape of his wife and starts to cry. That crying scene is amazing, the best I've ever seen. He starts telling the story and slowly the tears fall from his eyes and it's impossible to say that he's acting for it's too real. Don't miss it if it's on television.
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