Check out this thrilling movie being screened in the Weltmuseum
This 75 minute long movie of Japanese and Belgian production is being screened this Sunday in the Vienna Weltmuseum as part of the “Ethocineca” screening series. It’s about everyday life for the residents of the Japanese village, Tomioka, that’s located in the evacuated territory of the Fukushima catastrophe of 2011. Check out this story of the people who decided to stay and welcome their destiny.
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