Purple Sunset- -
A Soviet Russian lady officer, a Chinese peasant and a Japanese schoolgirl must walk their way out of a forest toward the end of World War II, despite their mutual distrust of one another.
Purple Sunset is a 2001 Chinese film written and directed by Feng Xiaoning. Feng also acted as the film’s cinematographer.
Purple Sunset is an anti-war film set in August 1945, at the time when the Japanese were in the throes of defeat during World War II and losing control of mainland China. The film won Best Special Effects at the Huabiao Awards and Best Cinematography at the Golden Rooster Award. It was also voted Best Feature by the audience during the 2001 Hawaii International Film Festival. Feng considered it the last of his “War and Peace” (战争与和平) trilogy, preceded by Red River Valley (1997), and Lovers’ Grief over the Yellow River (1999).