Japanese Film “Homeland” tackles Fukushima Nuclear Disaster Issue

The film Homeland  is about a Japanese farming family forced out their home by the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster.  It is the first Japanese mass-market film set in Fukushima since the disaster.  Homeland opened nationwide on March 1st.  Even though the film reflects the reality of what went on during this horrific time, director Nao Kubota wants to get the public in thinking critically and seeking solutions that could solve the ongoing problem of nuclear radiation.  For more information about this film, check out the link below.

http://www.japantoday.com/category/entertainment/view/japanese-film-homeland-tiptoes-into-fukushima-nuclear-debate

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