Voyage Beyond Belief
During WWII an antiquated Japanese freighter carried Allied prisoners on a nightmare voyage that lasted two weeks. Two prisoners, a mature naval officer and a disadvantaged youngster, share the same narrow groundsheet. Slowly, they build an interdependence which will reshape their future lives.
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