與時代戰鬥的教師們 (DVD) (2012)

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與時代戰鬥的教師們

與時代戰鬥的教師們

  • 視 頻
  • NTSC: Widescreen 16:9
  • 音 頻
  • 日語
  • 字 幕
  • 英文, 中文(简), 中文(繁)
  • 光碟
  • DVD 光碟
    正版高清 精美盒裝
  • 區碼
  • Region All
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  • 商品名稱 : 與時代戰鬥的教師們 / ブラックボード〜時代を戦った教師たち〜
  • 集數 : 全1-3集完整版
  • 播放時間: 大約 360分鐘
  • 電視台 / 電影製作 : 日本 TBS
  • 上映 / 播送日 : 2012年
  • 上架日 : 2012年10月26日
  • 片數 : 3 片
  • 重量 : 230(g)
  • 製作國家 : Japan

  • 演 員
  • 松下奈緒 , 櫻井翔 , 佐藤浩市 , 大島優子 , 宮沢りえ , 志田未来 , 木村多江 , 神木隆之介
  • 劇情介紹
  • This box set include complete 3 episodes mini-series:

    Episode 1: Blackboard First Night - Mirai (1944-1947)
    Episode 2: Blackboard Second Night - Ikiro (1980)
    Episode 3: Blackboard Third Night - Yume (2012)

    In 1947, Shirahama Shohei, who has returned from the battlefront, teaches again at a junior high school in Ota Ward. He is puzzled by the radical transformation that Japanese education has undergone because of the war defeat, but concerned for the welfare of his former students, he holds a class reunion. Before Shohei departed for the battlefront, he taught that “Japan has no future unless it wins the war” and his students had stared at the word “future” on the blackboard with burning gazes. Believing in that word, they had excitedly volunteered to be child soliders. In the end, they lost healthy bodies and minds, and there were even those who lost their lives. Shohei is tormented by regret and dread. How does he talk about the word “life” on the blackboard?...

  • 劇情介紹
  • This box set include complete 3 episodes mini-series:

    Episode 1: Blackboard First Night - Mirai (1944-1947)
    Episode 2: Blackboard Second Night - Ikiro (1980)
    Episode 3: Blackboard Third Night - Yume (2012)

    In 1947, Shirahama Shohei, who has returned from the battlefront, teaches again at a junior high school in Ota Ward. He is puzzled by the radical transformation that Japanese education has undergone because of the war defeat, but concerned for the welfare of his former students, he holds a class reunion. Before Shohei departed for the battlefront, he taught that “Japan has no future unless it wins the war” and his students had stared at the word “future” on the blackboard with burning gazes. Believing in that word, they had excitedly volunteered to be child soliders. In the end, they lost healthy bodies and minds, and there were even those who lost their lives. Shohei is tormented by regret and dread. How does he talk about the word “life” on the blackboard?...