Post-War Japan

Emperor (2012)
MacArthur is put in control of post-WWII Japan; asks for a report about whether or not Emperor Hirohito was a war criminal
Tokyo Trial (2006)
A Chinese judge helps convinces the other international judges to choose the death penalty for the Japanese war criminals
Stray Dog (1949)
A cop solves a murder in desperate, war-ravaged, U.S.-occupied Tokyo
Hiroshima Mon Amour (1959)
A budding romance is overshadowed by memories of the horrors of the A-bomb
Rhapsody in August (1991)
Memories of the atomic bomb and its aftermath
Under the Flag of the Rising Sun (1972)
The widow of a Japanese sergeant wants information on the death of her husband in New Guinea only to get lies and half-truths, including knowledge of the inhumanity of the Japanese soldiers
Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters (1985)
Japanese novelist commits traditional suicide, 1970
Macarthur’s Children (1984)
Americans occupy the village of a young boy and his friends
Puraido: Unmei no toki (1998)
Justification of Japanese excesses during World War II from Japanese point of view
Tokyo Joe (1949)
An American G.I. returns to post-war Tokyo to resume his business there of a bar and restaurant (do over)