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.