Language : Japanese, Seediq
Subtitles : Chinese(Traditional),Chinese(Simplified),English
Special Features :
1. Interview of John Woo and Wei De Sheng
2. Photos Gallery
Running time 132 minutes
The second film follows the attack on school. The colonial government sees the uprising as a major crisis, and sends Major General Kamada Yahiko leading 3000 police and soldiers to fight the 300 men of Mona Rudao. The Japanese use machine guns, airplanes and the illegal poison gas, but cannot win the battles in the mountains. Mona Rudao's people retreat to caves, and the women commit suicide to save foods. Caught in ambivalence, Dakis Nomin and his relatives commit suicide. Kojima Genji, a policeman who once was friendly toward natives, is enraged when his family is killed in the school attack. He sets bounty on men, women and children in Mona Rudao's village, and orders Temu Walis and his men to fight Mona Rudao. Temu Walis is ambivalent, and claims that he fights for his own sake not for Kojima. Temu Walis and his men kill many, and are ambushed and killed in a river. Mona Rudao and his men continues to fight. When Mona Rudao sees the fight is near the end, he gives leadership to his son, and returns to the cave, kills his family and disappears. Some people of the village surrender and survive. The war ends, and even Kamada is impressed by his enemy's spirit. Mona Rudao is missing and his bones are found four years later. The film ends with a scene of Mona Rudao and his people following the Seediq legend to cross the bridge of rainbow.