Japanese civilians in Okinawa participate in making of a film by U.S. marines during American occupation of Okinawa. The scene shows an American in uniform, standing before Okinawans seated at a table. A woman at the head of the table has a large ledger or journal in which she writes.After the Okinawans finish speaking, the American reaches in his pocket and takes out some money that he gives to the women at the head of table. It appears to be a fine or settlement payment of some kind. Next, a man and woman who have been waiting, are motioned to the table. They place a pig on the table. The entire scene is reenacted. Next an actor portraying a Marine Lieutenant is seen, appearing contrite. A number of Okinawan men then speak in turn.
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