Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Forever Alone in The Nuke Zone of Fukushima 2013

Forever Alone in The Nuke Zone of Fukushima 2013

Recently produced by Vice Media Japan, here is a very chilling short documentary on two Fukushima farmers who, in the face of high levels of radioactivity, are still bravely working their desolate farms and feeding their animals. One farmer, Naoto Matsumura, is still living within the 20 kilometer evacuation zone in Tomioka. Another farmer, Kenji Hasegawa, had to evacuate his town of Iitate and now lives in temporary housing. Together they tell some very somber tales of the nuclear accident, TEPCO's lies, their separated families and Japanese government failures two years after the disasters of March 11, 2011.



See also:

Fukushima Housewife's Story of Nuclear Meltdown

Kraftwerk Live in Tokyo @ NO NUKES

2 comments:

  1. Said it before, and I'll say it again, someone really should save Japan from the Japanese government.

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  2. Thanks for sharing.

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