here's a link to why the Zero didn't have these features compared to US aircraft.
"At the beginning of World War II, Japanese planes lacked armor and self-sealing fuel tanks. The lack of armor was a matter of weight. Japanese engines lagged behind American and European engines in power. For adequate speed, Japanese designers had to forego armor [Horikoshi]. Later in the war, some later Japanese aircraft did use armor. This included some later versions of the Mitsubishi Zero. However, the Zero’s designer decried the addition because it slowed the already marginal fighter [Horikoshi]."
No don't. You'll suffer almost the entire time!!! IMO one of the worst movies ever...Recently killed time watching a George Clooney film called "The American" where he plays some ultra secret gun expert assassin.
If you want to see really dumb and bad gun handling and some hot female nudity, check it out.
Or they're smoking a cigarette that is half smoked, then freshly lit.Not gun related but you are watching a movie and there is a couple in a bar or at a table talking and sipping from their glass and they change the angle of the shot and the glasses change drink levels several times through the conversation. One glass will be 1/3 full and the camera changes angles and the glass is full and in the next shot is half full all the while the person has been talking and has not taken a drink. Or they show a window shot during a conversation and you see a car parked outside and 2 seconds later there is a different car parked there.
I did many years ago. I never understood how their pilot training enabled them to see stars in full daylight. I suppose that could explain one of the reasons why it took so long to train them in comparison to other countries.