The Sea and Poison
|The Sea and Poison|
|Directed by||Kei Kumai|
|Based on||The Sea and Poison|
by Shusaku Endo
The Sea and Poison (海と毒薬 Umi to Dokuyaku) is a 1986 Japanese film directed by Kei Kumai and based on a novel by Shusaku Endo. It tells the true story of downed American fliers in WW II who are vivisected by Japanese surgeons in medical experiments.
The film has yet to see a home release outside of Japan, nor one with an English translation. Unofficial translations exist online  and can be legally watched with an original Japanese DVD using computer software that allows custom subtitles.
- Eiji Okuda as Suguro
- Ken Watanabe as Toda
- Takahiro Tamura as Professor Hashimoto
- Kyōko Kishida as Ohba, Head Nurse
- Mikio Narita as Shibata
- Shigeru Kōyama as Gondo
- Toshie Negishi as Ueda, Nurse
- Ken Nishida as Asai
- Masumi Okada as Hattori
- Noriko Sengoku as Old woman
- Kazunaga Tsuji as Murai
- Masane Tsukayama as Miyasaka
- "The Sea and Poison subtitles English". www.opensubtitles.com. Retrieved 8 January 2019.
- "Berlinale: 1987 Prize Winners". berlinale.de. Retrieved 2011-03-03.
- 41 1986年 (in Japanese). japan-movie.net. Retrieved 2010-12-15.
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