Tubercular soldier Tamura (Eiji Funakoshi) has been sent away from his small unit to seek care at a field hospital with orders to kill himself rather than return in his sick condition. Along the way, he's spooked by columns of smoke rising from the jungle, fires he fears may be tended by American soldiers or Filipino guerrillas. Eventually he finds the hospital, or rather the thatched hut that serves as a last stop for many dying soldiers who obsess over finding just one more yam to eat. When an air raid blasts the place to smithereens, Tamura steps through the corpses to look for salt and yams himself.
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