The true story of Dr. Takashi Nagai, scientific pioneer, war hero, Christian convert and survivor of the atomic bombing of Nagasaki, who worked tirelessly in his efforts to heal the wounds of a country utterly devastated by war.
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The directors originally wanted to shoot the movie with the majority of the cast speaking in Japanese. But because the final cast consisted also of Chinese and Korean as well as Japanese actors, it was decided to shoot the film in English. See more
The person who sees Urakami from the window of a train, might think that resurrection is impossible. But it isn't so. Little by little people are returning and rebuilding their homes. Living with deep faith and enduring courageously, this tiny group of people who have known the happiness of weeping is suffering to make amends for the sins of the world.
References Nagasaki no kane