In this undated photo released by Forward Entertainment, Filipino director Borinaga Alix Jr., right, instructs actors on the set of his film "Death March" inside a studio in suburban Marikina, east of Manila, Philippines. Alix chose to film "Death March" in black-and-white and almost entirely inside a studio using hand-painted backdrops, with close-ups of actors' painted faces portraying their struggles with nightmares and hallucinations in one of the bloodiest episodes of World War II. (AP Photo/Forward Entertainment) NO SALES

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In this undated photo released by Forward Entertainment, Filipino director Borinaga Alix Jr., right, instructs actors on the set of his film "Death March" inside a studio in suburban Marikina, east of Manila, Philippines. Alix chose to film "Death March" in black-and-white and almost entirely inside a studio using hand-painted backdrops, with close-ups of actors' painted faces portraying their struggles with nightmares and hallucinations in one of the bloodiest episodes of World War II. (AP Photo/Forward Entertainment) NO SALES
In this undated photo released by Forward Entertainment, Filipino director Borinaga Alix Jr., right, instructs actors on the set of his film "Death March" inside a studio in suburban Marikina, east of Manila, Philippines. Alix chose to film "Death March" in black-and-white and almost entirely inside a studio using hand-painted backdrops, with close-ups of actors' painted faces portraying their struggles with nightmares and hallucinations in one of the bloodiest episodes of World War II. (AP Photo/Forward Entertainment) NO SALES
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