Movie Review: Unbroken

Unbroken is a movie about the life of Louis Silvie “Louie” Zamperini an Olympic Medalist. When I saw this movie with my dad I got interested in it. Louis fought with the Americans in World War II. His plane failed, and landed in the ocean, while fighting Japanese enemy planes killed his friends. He spent 47 days in the middle of the ocean. To be able to survive, he ate some kinds of fishes, which his friends caught in the water. They spent those entire days eating raw fish. In the 47th day he was rescued by Japanese, war enemies, and was sent to various prisoner of war camps led by, and was mistreated by Corporal Watanabe. On his last prisoner of war camp the Japanese military were defeated by the American army, and Zamperini returned as a war hero in America. When he was 81 in 1998, he ran a leg in the Olympic Torch Relay of the Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan. Most of the Japanese crowds applauded his efforts. Louis Zamperini died last year of 2014. Unbroken is a very good movie.

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