Produced by Stourwater Pictures in association with BIJAC
"This is an important film. In Roy Matsumoto's extraordinary heroism, we glimpse the confluence of racism in both Japan and the US during WWII and the irony of Japanese Americans contributing mightily to the success of the American military in SE Asia leading to the destruction of the Japanese Empire".
Franklin Odo, Former Director, Smithsonian's Asian Pacific American Program
"A riveting story compellingly told, Honor & Sacrifice uncovers a tragedy of war-the breakup of families and the tests of conflicting loyalties. Japanese Americans serve in the U.S. military to defend freedom while their families are interned, brothers fight in opposing armies, and the atomic bomb levels an American soldier's family home. There is no glory in wars."
Gary Okihiro, Professor of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University
Information & Outreach
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A "public performance" is any performance of a videocassette, DVD, videodisc or film which occurs outside of the home, or at any place where people are gathered who are not family members, such as in a school or library. In most cases titles sold are restricted to home use only and do not include public performance rights. No admission may be charged for a showing of Honor and Sacrifice: The Roy Matsumoto Story without written permission from BIJAC or Stourwater Pictures.