From 1936, the emigration to Manchuria was carried forward by Japanese government and military. It was recommended to emigrate in a group better than individually, because there were some speculations that people would more adapt themselves to new surroundings when emigrated with knowing ones. ``Branch Village`` was suggested as a perfect model for the emigration. In 1937, Ohinata town played a leading role for ``Branch Village``, so the story of the town was written as a novel, a play and made as a movie. The movie which was made in 1941, was so popular that it affected the play in Chosun. However, ``Manchurian people`` could not watch this movie, because the censorship activated. This article searched the cause of screening problem through comparing the movie with the novel, the movies made by Manchurian Motion Picture Association, and analyzing the data on censoring films. It could be argued that there was the discrepancy between the narrative of and ``Machurian style`` which was imagined by the people who leaded and controled Manchukuo.