CHV rating: 14A.
Olympian and war hero Louis Zamperini survived in a raft for 47 days after a near-fatal plane crash in WWII, only to be caught by the Japanese Navy and sent to a prisoner-of-war camp.
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Watanabe: You are like me. We are both strong. I saw it in your eyes...The first day. I thought ...This man will be my friend But...Enemy of Japan.
Phil: They've been taking parts off this for other planes. We're lucky it's still got an engine.
Cup: Well, the lieutenant says it's airworthy. It's been certified, he says.
Phil: ...by Helen Keller.
Louis: I'm gonna kill him.
-Then they shoot you.
Louis: I don't give a damn.
Let them shoot me.
-That's not how we beat them. We beat them by making it to the end of the war alive. That's how we do it. That's our revenge.
Louis: If I can take it, I can make it.
Louis: My brother Pete used to say that. He used to think that I could do anything. He used to think that I was better than I am.
-Who says you're not?
Pete Zamperini: “You keep going the way you’re going, you’ll end up as a bum on the street. You train. You fight harder than those other guys and you win. If you can take it, you can make it. You can do this, Lou, you just gotta believe you can. Pop does. Ma does. I do. Louie, a moment of pain is worth a lifetime of glory.
Priest: “However dark the night, however dim our hopes, the light will always follow darkness.”
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