Where to stream Broken Sun

Watch Broken Sun 2010 in Australia

Released: 2010

Updated: 29th Nov, 2021

5.7 / 10

Rated: TV-14

Director: Brad Haynes

Cast: Jai Koutrae, Shingo Usami, Kentaro Hara

Where to watch Broken Sun


What is Broken Sun about?

The film, set in 1944, follows Jack, a WWI veteran, whose lost hopes and values lead to isolation and an empty feeling that is too hard to shake. This solitude abruptly ends when he meets Masaru, an escaped Japanese POW. Suddenly Jack shows the first sign in many years of not giving in to death. Learning of a mass suicide breakout from the POW camp nearby, Jack and rifle march Masaru back to camp. None of this is new to Masaru, for him, death is constantly just around the corner. Both men understand that war is not a simple question of good versus evil but there are rules to which each man must act. Jack shows little compassion for Masaru and speaks freely about his thoughts on the Japanese. When pushed too far Masaru lashes back, revealing a will to fight and a fool in Jack. He can understand English. But it's not long before Jack finds solace in the fact that he is not alone. They are, after all, just two men in different uniforms talking to each other. Eventually a hint of compassion and sympathy flows between the two. Unknowingly they both portray a desire for hope. It must still exist in the world somewhere. The film is not about heroism. It's about the legacy of war through the eyes of the ordinary men who survive it. For Masaru the film ends in ineffable tragedy, and for Jack, life is once again completely altered.

Which streaming providers can you watch Broken Sun on

Here is the comprehensive list of streaming providers that will show Broken Sun in Australia. If Broken Sun will appear with other providers further down the line, this table will be updated.


  • Amazon PrimeNo
  • Apple TV PlusNo
  • BingeNo
  • Disney PlusNo
  • Foxtel NowNo
  • NetflixNo
  • StanNo
  • Telstra TV Box OfficeNo

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Good to know

No Broken Sun is not available on Amazon Prime.
No Broken Sun is not available on Apple TV+.
No Broken Sun is not available on Binge.
No Broken Sun is not available on Disney Plus.
No Broken Sun is not available on iTunes.
No Broken Sun is not available on Google Play.
No Broken Sun is not available on Foxtel Now.
No Broken Sun is not available on Netflix.
No Broken Sun is not available on Stan.