Merry Christmas Mr Lawrence Ending

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김현빈
김현빈 2 months ago

영화보다 노래가 유명하지만, 난 이 영화의 내용조차 정확히 이해하지 못하고 있지만, 몇 번이고 이 영화의 엔딩 장면을 찾아서 본다.
강렬하다는 말을 이때 쓰는 것 같다.

Sonia Lee
Sonia Lee 2 months ago

I wasn’t really understand this movie when I was young..... now I’m 33 and watch this whole movie again then I cry like a baby ....

NORMA AURELIA MALAVER ARAUJO

Escena muy conmovedora. Quién lo diría, años más tarde ese pequeño actor japonés se convertiría en uno de los más importantes directores de cine. Una leyenda...

Mike Hunt
Mike Hunt 2 months ago

Melly clistmaas mister lolance!

Rob Boss
Rob Boss 2 months ago

A beautifully crafted study of human absurdity. Bowie, Sakamoto, Conti et al, reminding us why this must never happen again. It left an indelible mark on my teenage heart.

久留米のまーさん

ミスターローレンスが言つているように、誰が、正しいか、正しくないか、原軍曹も犠牲者のひとりですと、言つているように、戦争はないほうが、良かったと思います。

N.M.T
N.M.T 2 months ago

たけしさんがこの当時の格好、さんまさんがトムコンティの軍服きて、対談やってほしいな。このセットとこの立ち位置で。

바서비
바서비 2 months ago

전 매년 크리스마스때마다 이 영상을 보러 온답니다.. 모두 해피 메리 크리스마스!

Flash Harry
Flash Harry 2 months ago

This is probably the most watched part of the whole movie 👍🏼just amazing power 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

Bryan
Bryan 2 months ago

True sadness. Beautiful

Emma Millar
Emma Millar 2 months ago

This scene just broke my heart 💔💔💔 the mutual respect for eachother was just Beautiful ♥️♥️♥️The truth is nobody is right 😔😔Maybe this should resonate around the world right now 💔💔💔

Philsos Shep
Philsos Shep 2 months ago

What beautiful eyes

Its Time
Its Time 2 months ago

As much time has lapsed (2020) since this film was made, as the period it depicted at the time. 37 years.

Adelaide
Adelaide 2 months ago

I've never seen this movie, I only know if it because of the piece. But I'll be damned if this doesn't give me the chills, the piece with context just makes it all the more meaningful.

Great stuff
Great stuff 2 months ago

I love this scene.....the music slowly entering and the sound of the crashing waves adds to the emotion!

PoshLifeforME
PoshLifeforME 2 months ago

Fills me up breaks my heart

Eyes Open
Eyes Open 2 months ago

2 be honest I wont watch this again because I'll always remember it and that is enough

Eyes Open
Eyes Open 2 months ago

We will all be them but in different shades we will teach merry Christmas every1

Eyes Open
Eyes Open 2 months ago

1of the most sad and sweet moments in a small number of movies Mr Lawrence says kuss

chris cocker
chris cocker 2 months ago

i never get tired of watching this 2 brill actors and a wonderful soundtrack

優海
優海 2 months ago

勝っても負けても戦争は虚しさが残る

それを証明した、素晴らしい映画であり、曲であると思う

Adam Knights
Adam Knights 2 months ago

The book is Ben better, the seed and the sower - Laurence van de post

Marco Saraiva
Marco Saraiva 2 months ago

Lost for words because I have only tear's 🙏

Chee
Chee 2 months ago

Humanity within this century, have a lot to comprehend, resolve & hopefully, appreciate existence.

N H
N H 2 months ago

5:38 " God bless you." I’m always impressed by this cracked voice. That makes me cry.
It's an incredible acting, or may be a real emotion as a man, not an actor.

Ally S Cooper
Ally S Cooper 2 months ago

Even though I despise the Japanese for their atrocities and despise them even more for their repeated failures to adequately apologize for their brutality, murder and genocide, I do find the end quite sad.
Then again, they got what they deserved. It's a tragedy so many had to die for their flawed imperialists ambitions.

TokyoLiteral
TokyoLiteral 2 months ago

I just searched up merry Christmas Mr Lorance bc of the music and I found this, what is the movie about?

rlujanmx
rlujanmx 2 months ago

"There are times... When the victory is very hard to take" -- That one is a powerful line, as well.

Billy Lee
Billy Lee 2 months ago

大岛渚是我敬佩的导演。

英ボーイ

最後のたけしさんの顔と曲で名作になった映画。

다크쬬꼴렛

노래가 좋아 알게 된 영화인데 진짜 감동적이네요...마지막 노래가 다 캐리했네....

ぶた
ぶた 2 months ago

エンドロールで席をたつひといなかったろうなあ

ai K
ai K 2 months ago

命が惜しくて、でもそんなこと言って貯まるかと。で振り絞ったのかな。

Kim Chan
Kim Chan 2 months ago

호민이형 여기도나왔누

Mike Hunt
Mike Hunt 2 months ago

Melly clistmas Mr laulance

Mike Hunt
Mike Hunt 2 months ago

Tom conti looks like a cross between de niro and pacino

hello12bye
hello12bye 2 months ago

"May I go on and on being drunk"


"There are times when victory is very hard to take"


These two sentences oh my gosh. T.T

미니:
미니: 2 months ago

Beautiful music, beautiful film.

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Japan lost in the small picture, but won in the big picture. White colonialism was destroyed in WW2 by Japan, which in turn saved Japan's future as well.

1.Prior to WW2 there were only 77 countries in the world, the reason for this is because so many countries were invaded and colonised by European empires. The European empires used these captured lands to fund and grow their empire, by running plantations (for spices, drugs, food etc), pretty much operating these with slave conditions, as well as mining the countries for whatever they could find (typically oil, gold etc).

2.Japan rose up out of fear, quite justifiable fear as well. Not only did Europeans capture all of south east Asia, but they were even starting to invade China and were defeating China as well, and Russia tried to move into Korea as well. Japan as a country was one of the last non colonised lands in the entire Asian region. And Japan wanted to keep it that way, which is why they panicked and built up their army.

3.Japan invaded Korea, China and Taiwan in order to prevent those from being invaded by Europeans. This offered a buffer zone between European captured lands beyond those and Japan. As soon as Japan entered China, the Europeans started leaving (Sino-Japanese war). Because the Europeans didn't want war with Japan, as Japan was very powerful at this time.

4. WW2 at this point started off in Europe, Japan took advantage of this turmoil in Europe to move on to invade European colonies in south east Asia. This worked quite well, Japan invaded and dismantled every European colony in south east Asia at this time and sunk nearly all the battle ships there and easily defeated the European armies.

5.Upon Japan invading the French colony in Asia, the USA turned on Japan at this point (the USA supported white colonialism as it was one itself).

6.Japan beat the USA for the first 6 months, but the USA eventually began to win some of the battles and around 9 months into it the USA was regularly winning. This is mostly because Japan ran out of oil, and was fighting enemies on all fronts, fighting many Europeans, Chinese forces, Americans etc.

7.Japan had been training south east Asian soldiers and arming them with Japanese rifles, and upon Japan losing the war and then seeking repatriation ships for home, many gave their own personal rifles to south east Asian people as well.

8.Despite Japan losing, European colonialism had been destroyed. If European empires wanted to restart their empire, they had to attempt to re-invade these colonies they lost. The problem though is that these south east Asians now had firearms and were much more able to fight back against invasion.
The French tried to re-invade Vietnam, the Vietnamese call this the anti-French resistance war (the USA supported France in this BTW). The Vietnamese forces and some remaining Japanese volunteers defeated the French forces and France gave up it's attempted re-invasion.

The British also attempted to re-invade Malaya, but the south east Asian people there also defeated the British in the few battles that occurred.
Ultimately European colonialism was dead at this point.

The President of the French Republic, wrote in his diary on February 15, 1942 that the fall of Singapore meant the end of the history of the White Colonialism.

1987 ChiiAndCo
1987 ChiiAndCo 2 months ago

On the last night.

Hiromu Konno
Hiromu Konno 2 months ago

I don’t have an accent but I’d always prefer saying Merry Christmas with Japanese accent

海王星
海王星 2 months ago

Lawrence is Sinzo Abe?

you want a pizza me?
you want a pizza me? 2 months ago

They need to make a porn parody of this great masterpiece the name of the movie doesn't even have to change

Zukkiy
Zukkiy 2 months ago

この曲の楽器誰かわかる人いない?

Aメロの「チャララララーン」のやつと、3拍目の時の「カーン」ってやつ。

ピアノでも木琴でもないし、拍子木でもない。

あ、日本語悪くて申し訳ない。

Leon Eden
Leon Eden 2 months ago

I love this word “Nobody is right.”
As it is written, "There is no one righteous; no, not one.”

Timmy Bobinson
Timmy Bobinson 2 months ago

Poor sound.

Mark Atkins
Mark Atkins 2 months ago

Did anyone spot the mistake with the Sam Browne belt?

Jason Gibson
Jason Gibson 2 months ago

There’s should be a posthumous Oscars award for movies of old, especially of this caliber.
Genius.

Jurgen El Holandés

Where resides the real message of this film? I've seen dozens of times and still having doubt.

미율
미율 2 months ago

좋은 음율 아련한 음악

FranciscoChile77
FranciscoChile77 2 months ago

Everytime I watch this scene ...oceans of tears ( it's so beautifully touching ) .. proud to be a nikkei...speechless 🙇🏻‍♂️😭
このシーンはちょ美しいと悲しいだよー。ありがとう😭

Gillan Baclayon
Gillan Baclayon 2 months ago

Heartwarming and sad at the same time. I would have pardoned that Japanese soldier.

Salah 94
Salah 94 2 months ago

So powerful scene about absurdity of the War. Pull me tears everytime I watch it... Wonderful music.

James Jennison
James Jennison 2 months ago

Even in adversity they had that bond of mutual respect friendship on a deep soul level !

Patricia Santiago
Patricia Santiago 2 months ago

It was my favorite movie as a teenager...I haven’t seen it in years. Thank YouTube for this. A perfect story, great acting and beautiful strange music
They make me cry

Corporal Punishment
Corporal Punishment 2 months ago

This scene is directed perfectly. The actors the dialog the silence and then boom the music. Total Perfection!

Eric Cardeña
Eric Cardeña 2 months ago

Every time I watch the scene it makes me cry, every goddamn time!

pamiamin
pamiamin 2 months ago

このシーンが生で分かるようになりたくて英語を学んだと言っても過言ではない

Chen Yang Peter Xie
Chen Yang Peter Xie 2 months ago

The ending makes me cry many times

lambal
lambal 2 months ago

Sooooo stupid but i always get tears in my eyes it gets to me always when i happened to watch it pffffff.

Elza Goulart
Elza Goulart 2 months ago

Filme que marca a vida da gente. Queria achar por inteiro. Aqui em 2019

Chris Bradshaw
Chris Bradshaw 2 months ago

superb film. superb book. 'the seed and the sower'.

johjima takeshi
johjima takeshi 2 months ago

やばい、このシーンだけ見ても涙が・・・

Dom C
Dom C 2 months ago

Takeshi was wonderful in his role. Such a sad ending to a wonderful film

Elbow Misawa
Elbow Misawa 2 months ago

サムネ総理大臣で草

upfrontbear74
upfrontbear74 2 months ago

Great about the 10th time I have seen the film and god knows how many times I watched this clip and in tears every time

Carlos Acuña
Carlos Acuña 2 months ago

A strange feeling invade me , every time when i see this wonderful and powerful movie.
Sadness and nostalgia mixture all in one.

S 1962
S 1962 2 months ago

Tom Conti and Takeshi Kitano were the highlight of the film for me, superb acting from the pair of them.

吉田博
吉田博 2 months ago

prime minister abe

dishybear
dishybear 2 months ago

The film revolves around true events experienced by prince william,s god father as a POW during the 2nd world war.
The book is a must read called "The seed and the sower"

なかむらひろのり

ラストのたけしの笑顔が世界を泣かせた

Blaise Morris
Blaise Morris 2 months ago

A most moving finale to any film. No mercy from the victors.

liu jingkun
liu jingkun 2 months ago

Merry Christmas Mr Lawrence

James Leavey Connections

Sad ending, great music. Good film.

LM R
LM R 2 months ago

Was Hara really drunk that Christmas? Drunk people don't tend to remember their actions during the effect of alcohol. I think his evoking that bygone Christmas is a way of telling Lawrence that his act of generosity was a conscious decision.