The Enemy is My Friend. When the US Army realized its deficiencies in intelligence operations against Japan in WWII, Japanese Americans were secretly trained to be soldiers of the Military Intelligence Service. They showed their patriotism to US, the nation that had caged their families in the internment camps by choosing to fight against the same race. Not only had they tremendously contributed to America's victory, but also to the successful recovery of Japan using their skill in language. However, the US government had kept their existence as a top secret. Who were these soldiers whom called the Human Secret Weapon?
The film is directed by Junichi Suzuki and produced by UTB as the final installment of the trilogy about the Japanese American history with the same staff as the previous film, "442-Live with Honor, Die with Dignity-"(2010 Tokyo International Film Fest officeially invited/2010 Maui film festival), and "Toyo's Camera-Japanese American History during WWII" (2008).