In Harm's Way
The 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor destroyed American morale. President Franklin D. Roosevelt, risking it all, decided to bomb Japan, bolstering the hopes of the U.S. public for a quick end to the war. However, the pilots, having completed their missions and facing a fuel shortage, had to abandon their aircrafts near Zhejiang, China. A young pilot, Jack Turner (Emile Hirsch), is saved by a young widow named Ying (Crystal Liu), who risks her life and hides the injured American in her home. Despite their language barrier, the couple falls in love while she does everything in her power to protect him.