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 Post subject: Yamato's Men
PostPosted: Mon Jul 03, 2006 5:32 pm 
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this is how you make a film.

http://www.yamato-movie.jp/top/index.html

set around the Yamato's final suicide trip this film was filmed in Japan on a 1/1 scale set of the worlds biggest battleship, quite something to see.

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 03, 2006 7:02 pm 
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yeah it looks something else, shame its only in Japanese and only on release over there aswell but that shouldn't be a problem.

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couple of screen shots from the film for people to see.

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and a couple of the set, all i can say is impressive :D

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Kin Ell !!!! :shock:


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thats how you make a film :lol:

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Great decor 8)

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3 clips form the end of the film, nearly 20 minutes in total.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HU9GokQc ... ted&search

all i can say is, bloody hell what a film this is

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They use the main gun as AA :? :shock:

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good idea really, if your on target you don't need to shoot them twice i suppose

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Haha... never heard about this before..

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i hadn't till i saw the film clips, but thats because i've never looked into the Japanese navy before, not really my interest but you know how it is after you watch something, got to go and do abit of research afterwards to se how good it was :D

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It would frighten me if they would point at me with those guns :shock:
that's for sure :lol:

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have to say that is one of the COOLEST looking ship ive ever seen from ww2, what specific guns was it armed with, my knowledge of japanese weaponry is pretty low lol

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