MINAMI NIHON (GREAT SOUTH JAPAN)

David Williamson

Television
Drama

Japan decides against Pearl Harbour. The U.S. doesn’t enter the war. Minima Nihon follows two Australian families, trying to survive the occupation over three generations.

Synopsis

It’s December 1st 1941. Admiral Yamamoto has made the final preparations to attack Pearl Harbour.  Roosevelt receives early warning and immediately pulls out the American Pacific Fleet from Pearl Harbour back to the mainland. Japan goes ahead with its plan to take the resources of South East Asia by force, …

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About David Williamson

David Williamson is amongst Australia’s most ground-breaking dramatists and screenwriters – known for topical satiric comedies that display his flair for naturalism and local vernacular. He explored the psychology of social interaction, focusing on the social and cultural attitudes of the Australian middle... View David Williamson's Bio

David Williamson, MINAMI NIHON  (GREAT SOUTH JAPAN)
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