Lanterns on Blue Waters (1983 TV Movie)
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An elderly Japanese American (Ryu Chishu) recalls his emigration to Hawaii and life during World War II.
The story of a Japanese man who as a 16-year-old went to Maui to work in the sugar cane fields in order to support his family back in Japan. Now 89 and still living in Hawaii he is visited by his granddaughter who brings him a letter from his disinherited and recently dead son. This brings back memories of his life with his wife and family following the attack on Pearl Harbor, in particular of his son who had gone off to join the war for the Americans.
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