Barefoot Gen (Hadashi no Gen), is a 1983 Japanese anime war drama film based on the Japanese manga series of the same name by Keiji Nakazawa. It depicts World War II in Japan from a child's point of view revolving around the events surrounding the bombing of Hiroshima and the main character's first hand experience of the bomb.
The historical anime 'Grave of Fireflies' and 'Barefoot Gen' contain bleak depictions of World War II. In their own way, they present “history as vision”—visions that are both selective and even ideological but that still contain universal images of great power and resonance.
Billy may had some tougher times in recent years, including treatment for both prostate cancer and initial symptoms of Parkinson’s, but this hasn’t stopped the great man in his quest to make people laugh and tell unique, hilarious stories.
In “I Love Everything,” Oswalt discusses finding love again and shares existential anecdotes about buying a house and entering his 50s. One of his discoveries about aging: Breakfast has become dull.
At the ‘Graduate Together’ special, former President Barack Obama tells graduating seniors to "set the world on a different path" while being "alive to one another's struggles" as they navigate through the coronavirus pandemic.
Image of the Day
The Underrated and Overlooked