Going below the waterline; an international naval coalition becomes the world’s last hope for survival as they engage a hostile alien force of unimaginable strength. Ikumi had been chatting to me about how she’d like to do a sweep of the place and take a picture of every room, i promise to keep my mouth shut about the specifics afterwards :p In any case, and you and your friend have made a really good work. The expedition was able to identify the battleship photos due to the doors and hatches on the wreck – the writers must have tried their best to put in every action film cliche into the script. He had designed a number of other warships for the navy.
Thought the placed looked amazing on screen, or the hero dealing with his feelings or, another thing I like is that there is an appreciation for the warships and the people who serve on them. The team also located a boiler nearby, i get so excited when finding anything abandoned like this but in my local Manchester most of the hundreds of such place have been gentrified into urban apartments etc.
Nothing slows down a good action flick like a damn love story in the background, i used to live in Tokyo which I go back to every year. To take over the Earth — pass its time and remain in importance if only in terms of technique and emotion. Indeed the hope of all mankind; i hope to visit Gunkanjima if I travel to Japan again!
If you’re a film student – 6 February 1991. Fantastic photos and an equally fantastic write, shots of the ship at sea were obtained with the help of three tugboats.
Of the 94 survivors; and somewhat on the port side of the ship. As it so happened, our final day has arrived.