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The movie Grief over the yellow river showed the brutality of the Japanese during their occupation in China during the Second World War The whole movie revolved around Owen an American veteran pilot who went back to China fifty years after World War II in order to pay visit to the places where a group of Chinese once helped him It all started when Owens plane crashed and a Chinese boy rescued him yet unfortunately the boy died later Owen was later found by Angie a Chinese woman surgeon and some members of the 8th route army Owen was given shelter and food by the Chinese group He also met the family members of the Chinese group Owen saw the causalities done by the Japanese to the Chinese villages The Japanese soon found out that Owen was with the Chinese and wanted to capture him The Chinese protected Owen from the Japanese and willingly sacrificed their lives though there were some Chinese who worked to the Japanese Owen and his little companion used the yellow river as an escape route from the Japanese All the Chinese who helped Owen died Owen was never captured by the Japanese and survived the Second World War Lots of patriotism was shown during the whole film Angie let herself drown in the last chapter of the movie one could have thought she would add as another burden to her fellow companions with her injuries and made the idea of sacrificing herself for the country This kind of attitude was also shown by one of Angies comrade who was a one-man attacking machine against the Japanese Angie depicted a true heroine during the whole film she may not be that strong during combat but she had the heart to serve her country The lives of every Chinese during the Second World War were at risk They were living in sub-par conditions and death may always come
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