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Hibakusha, Our Life to Live (2010)

| Documentary, Drama, History
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This film tells the stories of Japanese, Korean and American survivors of the Atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Their stories unfold through the journey of Yoko and her music ... See full summary »

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Harrison Kaye ...
Davey
Tsumugi Yoshida ...
Yoko
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This film tells the stories of Japanese, Korean and American survivors of the Atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Their stories unfold through the journey of Yoko and her music teacher, a survivor of Hiroshima bombing. Yoko's journey is paralleled by that of David, an American boy who learns of the bombings through Hollywood movies and World War II propaganda. Both Yoko and David end their respective journeys with questions to the authorities who make war. This film pulls no punches in targeting humanity's gruesome dance of death, puppeteer-ed by scientists, military and politicians at the highest level, playing nuclear roulette with our lives. Featured as narrator of the film is the celebrated TV talk show host, Phil Donahue. Written by Anonymous

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