- Director: Bill Guttentag, Dan Sturman
- Release Year: 2007
- Production Country: United States
- Language: Japanese, Mandarin, English
As Japanese soldiers occupy the city of Nanking, raping, murdering, and pillaging, a small group of Europeans bands together to protect as many Chinese citizens as they can; though they may save thousands, tens of thousands more are left vulnerable to the depredations of the Japanese soldiers.
World War II (1939 – 1945), Sino-Japanese War (1937 – 1945), Republic of China (1912 – 1949), Empire of Japan (1868 – 1947), The Battle of Nanking (9 October 1937 – 13 December 1937), Nanjing Massacre "Rape of Nanking" (1937), War crimes, Genocide, Cultural appropriation, War crimes, Personal violence, Military sociology, Race relations, Casualties of war, Cross-cultural interactions, Prostitution, Women's history, Psychological warfare, Primary sources, Docudrama, Banned films