Angelina Jolie is receiving some harsh criticism from Japanese nationalist conservatives who have accused her new movie, Unbroken, as being racist.
In a dramatic move, they have demanded that the actress be banned from the country, reportedly launching a petition on Change.org that has gained 8,000 signatures so far.
The move depicts the life of Louis Zamperini, an US Olympian who was spent 47 days at sea before being captured and tortured by the Japanese navy.
However, campaigners have called the movie immoral, with a member of the Society for the Dissemination of Historical Fact telling The Telegraph: “If there is no verification of the things he said, then anyone can make such claims. This movie has no credibility and is immoral.”