The Promise of Home

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Wow, frontage again,Thanks Tom!
Alright, this movie will make some people cry. Let's face it. The world is not perfect. Tragedies happening everyday; however, not every tragedies crush our hearts. After we suffered pains, we go on. This story took place in Wuhan, 1938. Partially based on a real story.

----For those who believed there is too much advertising in this movie, I apologize and will keep them at a minimum in the future.



Wow, you are one of the best authors in the entire Newgrounds place! Most here are funny but your's are amazing on the other side of the spectrum! All I can say is: wow...


Well it was nice but i think that the story was too slow, i mean you could have said that wihtou the loop of the song, good job though

Very good.

Damned Japan and their Imperialism. The stupid American Western world thinks Japan is so cool, and they wonder why the rest of Asia hates Japan so much. Well watch this and open up your eyes you idiots.

Japan is still very Imperialistic at heart; they never even apologized for their war atrocities! Asia will never be able to forgive Japan for what it did. I hope the U.S. keeps their troops in Japan forever. If the U.S. takes its eye off Japan for even a second, you know that they'll just try to take over the world again; they still hold onto their samurai traditions; Imperialism is in their blood.

Keep U.S. soldiers in Japan!


just like 1001 wishes, this was very touching and managed to put a tear in my eye, you are very talented and a great storyteller

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No words can describe its angelic charms.

This has to be one of the most heart-wrenching, lovable, warm and most beautiful stories that I've ever laid eyes upon. I almost cried. So beautiful. You have real talent.

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4.10 / 5.00

May 18, 2006
3:39 PM EDT