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Fukushima: Is There a Way Out? (후쿠시마의 미래)

후쿠시마의 미래 (hoo-koo-si-ma-eui mi-lae)

Directed by Lee Hong-Ki-I (이홍기)

Screenplay by

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70min | Release date in South Korea :

Synopsis
The Fukushima nuclear disaster is named one of the worst disasters of the 21st century...
Housewife Sibata doesn't believe the media and goes around the neighborhood to check radiation levels. Granny Gurota sobs at the thought of her grandson's future as there is nowhere safe anymore. The after effects of the accident is still there and the end is unpredictable. The Japanese's anxiousness and fear increase day by day.

17 normal citizens start on a venture to the Land of Death to find the future of Fukushima that no one will tell them about. They get the permission of the Ukranian Government to enter the land of Chernobyl and what they see is shocking. The land which used to be home to over 50,000 people was now deserted and radiation levels 300 times more than normal was detected from certain areas. The immigrants still can't free themselves from the fear of death and the young are suffering from unknown illnesses.

It's been 26 years but the after effects of Chernobyl are serious.
Where will Fukushima go?
Will Japan find an exit?

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  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "Fukushima: is There a Way Out?"

    2015/04/18
    It's somewhat awkward for me to watch an obviously political documentary like "Fukushima: Is There a Way Out?" While we're all familiar with the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster, in part this is due to media alarmism. I don't want to downplay the general tragedy of the event- but we have to get our energy from somewhere. Watt per watt coal power kills more people and causes more negative health effects than nuclear power by several orders of magnitude. It's just that coal mine collapses are so common nobody really cares when they happen. A nuclear meltdown always gets huge media attention precisely because they're so rare,...More

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 Produced by
 Lee Hong-Ki-I (이홍기)
Staff
 Lee Hong-Ki-I (이홍기)
 Cinematographer
 Lee Hong-Ki-I (이홍기)
 Editor
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70 min 
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Airing dates : 2015/04/09
South Korean Box Office
Source : www.cine21.com & www.kobis.or.kr
As of 2015.04.12 : 445  admissions (total)

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