一個人的福島
Abandoned Land

福島核災疏散區裡一個荒廢的交通十字路口,紅綠燈正亮著紅色,這個地方充斥著某種超現實之感。在已經回到原先禁制區的少數人家中,一切彷彿一如往常,有水有電,甚至有收訊正常的電視機。一對老年夫婦似乎毫無擔憂地吃著自己花園種植的蔬菜,另一對夫婦則是不管到哪都手持著輻射偵測器。

而著名的「最後一位福島居民」,則是從核災後便持續留在福島,餵食那些被遺棄在此的動物們。像紀錄片中的其他人一樣,他選擇在他所愛的土地上過著和平的生活,接受一切輻射風險。

這部帶著懷舊之情的電影,跟隨著這些勇敢的移居者,以及面對著「究竟是否該回去」這種艱難選擇的其他人進行拍攝,年輕人感到害怕,而老年人則是沒有選擇。在日本的文化中,與自己的家園分離,要比身體疾病來得致命。這種親密的場景不禁讓人省思,在時間緩慢推移的過程中,一個遭逢災難後的城市,究竟如何能恢復生機?

At a deserted junction in the evacuated zone around the Fukushima nuclear power station, the traffic lights are red. There's an element of the surreal about this place. Everything seems normal in the homes of the few people who have returned : there's running water, electricity, even the TV works. Unconcerned, an elderly couple eats vegetables from their own garden, although another couple won't move an inch without measuring the radioactivity.

According to the "show, don't tell" principle, we meet another inhabitant without commentary: the famous "last man of Fukushima," who stayed behind after the disaster to feed the abandoned animals. Like the others who feature in the documentary, he has chosen to live a peaceful life on the land he loves, and accepts the risks.

This nostalgic film follows the courageous settlers and hard choices of others who are supposed to return to the Zone. Young people are afraid, the elderly have no choice : in Japanese culture severing ties with one's native soil and home is more lethal than a disease of the body. The intimate scenes leave one to contemplate in the slow passage of time how a post-apocalyptic city can be brought back to life.

獲獎與參展紀錄 Awards and official selection:

「一個世界」國際人權紀錄片影展 One World International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival

阿姆斯特丹國際紀錄片影展 International Documentary Filmfestival Amsterdam


空汙短片選為 5 部短片合輯,皆在同一場次內播放

SEP 10

放映場次:週日 17:20
放映地點:光點華山戲院影廳

09/10/2017 17:20 09/10/2017 19:03 Asia/Taipei核電影:一個人的福島(Abandoned Land) http://zeronuke.gcaa.org.tw/2017/film.php?f=17203

福島核災疏散區裡一個荒廢的交通十字路口,紅綠燈正亮著紅色,這個地方充斥著某種超現實之感。在已經回到原先禁制區的少數人家中,一切彷彿一如往常,有水有電,甚至有收訊正常的電視機。一對老年夫婦似乎毫無擔憂地吃著自己花園種植的蔬菜,另一對夫婦則是不管到哪都手持著輻射偵測器。

而著名的「最後一位福島居民」,則是從核災後便持續留在福島,餵食那些被遺棄在此的動物們。像紀錄片中的其他人一樣,他選擇在他所愛的土地上過著和平的生活,接受一切輻射風險。

這部帶著懷舊之情的電影,跟隨著這些勇敢的移居者,以及面對著「究竟是否該回去」這種艱難選擇的其他人進行拍攝,年輕人感到害怕,而老年人則是沒有選擇。在日本的文化中,與自己的家園分離,要比身體疾病來得致命。這種親密的場景不禁讓人省思,在時間緩慢推移的過程中,一個遭逢災難後的城市,究竟如何能恢復生機?

At a deserted junction in the evacuated zone around the Fukushima nuclear power station, the traffic lights are red. There's an element of the surreal about this place. Everything seems normal in the homes of the few people who have returned : there's running water, electricity, even the TV works. Unconcerned, an elderly couple eats vegetables from their own garden, although another couple won't move an inch without measuring the radioactivity.

According to the "show, don't tell" principle, we meet another inhabitant without commentary: the famous "last man of Fukushima," who stayed behind after the disaster to feed the abandoned animals. Like the others who feature in the documentary, he has chosen to live a peaceful life on the land he loves, and accepts the risks.

This nostalgic film follows the courageous settlers and hard choices of others who are supposed to return to the Zone. Young people are afraid, the elderly have no choice : in Japanese culture severing ties with one's native soil and home is more lethal than a disease of the body. The intimate scenes leave one to contemplate in the slow passage of time how a post-apocalyptic city can be brought back to life.

獲獎與參展紀錄 Awards and official selection:

「一個世界」國際人權紀錄片影展 One World International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival

阿姆斯特丹國際紀錄片影展 International Documentary Filmfestival Amsterdam

光點華山戲院影廳 綠色公民行動聯盟 2017 核電影 NO NUKE FILM FESTIVAL gcaa.official@gmail.com false MM/DD/YYYY 60

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放映時間結束
SEP 14

放映場次:週四 19:30
放映地點:樂活驛站

09/14/2017 19:30 09/14/2017 21:13 Asia/Taipei核電影:一個人的福島(Abandoned Land)+映後座談 * 來賓胡慕情映後座談
http://zeronuke.gcaa.org.tw/2017/film.php?f=17203

福島核災疏散區裡一個荒廢的交通十字路口,紅綠燈正亮著紅色,這個地方充斥著某種超現實之感。在已經回到原先禁制區的少數人家中,一切彷彿一如往常,有水有電,甚至有收訊正常的電視機。一對老年夫婦似乎毫無擔憂地吃著自己花園種植的蔬菜,另一對夫婦則是不管到哪都手持著輻射偵測器。

而著名的「最後一位福島居民」,則是從核災後便持續留在福島,餵食那些被遺棄在此的動物們。像紀錄片中的其他人一樣,他選擇在他所愛的土地上過著和平的生活,接受一切輻射風險。

這部帶著懷舊之情的電影,跟隨著這些勇敢的移居者,以及面對著「究竟是否該回去」這種艱難選擇的其他人進行拍攝,年輕人感到害怕,而老年人則是沒有選擇。在日本的文化中,與自己的家園分離,要比身體疾病來得致命。這種親密的場景不禁讓人省思,在時間緩慢推移的過程中,一個遭逢災難後的城市,究竟如何能恢復生機?

At a deserted junction in the evacuated zone around the Fukushima nuclear power station, the traffic lights are red. There's an element of the surreal about this place. Everything seems normal in the homes of the few people who have returned : there's running water, electricity, even the TV works. Unconcerned, an elderly couple eats vegetables from their own garden, although another couple won't move an inch without measuring the radioactivity.

According to the "show, don't tell" principle, we meet another inhabitant without commentary: the famous "last man of Fukushima," who stayed behind after the disaster to feed the abandoned animals. Like the others who feature in the documentary, he has chosen to live a peaceful life on the land he loves, and accepts the risks.

This nostalgic film follows the courageous settlers and hard choices of others who are supposed to return to the Zone. Young people are afraid, the elderly have no choice : in Japanese culture severing ties with one's native soil and home is more lethal than a disease of the body. The intimate scenes leave one to contemplate in the slow passage of time how a post-apocalyptic city can be brought back to life.

獲獎與參展紀錄 Awards and official selection:

「一個世界」國際人權紀錄片影展 One World International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival

阿姆斯特丹國際紀錄片影展 International Documentary Filmfestival Amsterdam

樂活驛站 綠色公民行動聯盟 2017 核電影 NO NUKE FILM FESTIVAL gcaa.official@gmail.com false MM/DD/YYYY 60

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