True stories of ordinary people struggling to rebuild their lives after the Great East Japan earthquake and tsunami of 2011. Courage and compassion in the face of adversity.
6 years after east Japan’s great earthquake and tsunami, director Mia Yoon reveals why she returned to the affected area.
“The tragedy of Tohoku has been broadcasted to the world, but since then, rays of hope and happiness have begun to emerge, and these stories deserve to be told.”
Actress Norika Fujiwara and voice actor Kouichi Yamadera narrate to us the realities of life in this beautiful yet tragic landscape. We learn from farmers, children, house wives, a hotel manager, ordinary people struggling to rebuild their lives. Against the trauma of lost love ones, devastated communities and the threat of nuclear fallout, the resilience and benevolence of ordinary people is nothing short of inspirational message for us all.
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