Prisoners of Propaganda - DVD
Calling Australia! The controversy behind a film almost lost an forgotten.
Commissioned by the Imperial Japanese Secret Service during the Second World War, it is thought the film Calling Australia was made to instil fear and prepare the Australian public for the anticipated occupation of their country. The controversial documentary was intended to reveal the "exemplary conditions" under which Australian Prisoners of war were being kept. Prisoners of Propaganda delves into the mystery behind this film, explores why it was made and how it came to be forgotten. Rated G, duration 59 minutes, all regions, PAL.