核能之國 II
Nuclear Nation II

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本片記錄另一批因核災撤離福島雙葉町的居民。1960年代開始,政府大力倡行核電,2011年居民卻因核災失去家園。

核災引發的政治鬥爭使居民之間產生隔閡,市長也因政治因素被迫辭職。4名市長候選人投入選戰,核電政策成為最受注目的政見,而雙葉町早已被專斷的撤離決策、無法下降輻射值及核電廠分裂,雪上加霜的是,日本政府竟政治決定將福島列為荒地,居民們所失去的又該如何補償?福島核災發生至今已超過四年,他們卻仍流離失所,未來茫茫.....

Nuclear Nation II follows a new group of people exiled from Futaba, the region occupied by the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. Since the 1960s, Futaba had been promised prosperity with tax breaks and major subsidies to make up for the presence of the plant... until the townspeople lost their homeland on March 11, 2011. The film portrays their lives as refugees in an abandoned high school, and in temporary housing. The political fallout from the nuclear disaster results in conflict between residents, and the mayor is forced to resign. Many decide to move back to Fukushima prefecture, just outside the evacuation zone. The town finds itself divided by the arbitrariness of evacuation, radiation levels, and compensation guidelines from the plant's operator. And then, the Japanese government announces a plan to turn Futaba into an official, literal wasteland. Is it possible to truly compensate the townspeople for what they have lost? Through their agonies and frustrations, the film questions the real cost of nuclear energy and unbridled capitalism.

JUL 24

放映場次:週五 20:00
放映地點:光點華山戲院

07/24/2015 20:00 07/24/2015 22:00 Asia/Taipei核電影:核能之國 II(Nuclear Nation II)+映後座談 * 導演舩橋淳 Atsushi Funahashi 映後座談
http://zeronuke.gcaa.org.tw/film.php?f=15102

本片記錄另一批因核災撤離福島雙葉町的居民。1960年代開始,政府大力倡行核電,2011年居民卻因核災失去家園。

核災引發的政治鬥爭使居民之間產生隔閡,市長也因政治因素被迫辭職。4名市長候選人投入選戰,核電政策成為最受注目的政見,而雙葉町早已被專斷的撤離決策、無法下降輻射值及核電廠分裂,雪上加霜的是,日本政府竟政治決定將福島列為荒地,居民們所失去的又該如何補償?福島核災發生至今已超過四年,他們卻仍流離失所,未來茫茫.....

Nuclear Nation II follows a new group of people exiled from Futaba, the region occupied by the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. Since the 1960s, Futaba had been promised prosperity with tax breaks and major subsidies to make up for the presence of the plant... until the townspeople lost their homeland on March 11, 2011. The film portrays their lives as refugees in an abandoned high school, and in temporary housing. The political fallout from the nuclear disaster results in conflict between residents, and the mayor is forced to resign. Many decide to move back to Fukushima prefecture, just outside the evacuation zone. The town finds itself divided by the arbitrariness of evacuation, radiation levels, and compensation guidelines from the plant's operator. And then, the Japanese government announces a plan to turn Futaba into an official, literal wasteland. Is it possible to truly compensate the townspeople for what they have lost? Through their agonies and frustrations, the film questions the real cost of nuclear energy and unbridled capitalism.
光點華山戲院 綠色公民行動聯盟 2015 核電影 NO NUKE FILM FESTIVAL gcaa.official@gmail.com false MM/DD/YYYY 60

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本場次有「本片導演」映後座談 talk
After-Screening Discussion with Director

放映時間結束
JUL 25

放映場次:週六 20:00
放映地點:光點華山戲院二樓 多功能藝文廳

07/25/2015 20:00 07/25/2015 22:00 Asia/Taipei核電影:核能之國 II(Nuclear Nation II)+映後座談 * 導演舩橋淳 Atsushi Funahashi 映後座談
* 放映廳為 二樓 多功能藝文廳
http://zeronuke.gcaa.org.tw/film.php?f=15102

本片記錄另一批因核災撤離福島雙葉町的居民。1960年代開始,政府大力倡行核電,2011年居民卻因核災失去家園。

核災引發的政治鬥爭使居民之間產生隔閡,市長也因政治因素被迫辭職。4名市長候選人投入選戰,核電政策成為最受注目的政見,而雙葉町早已被專斷的撤離決策、無法下降輻射值及核電廠分裂,雪上加霜的是,日本政府竟政治決定將福島列為荒地,居民們所失去的又該如何補償?福島核災發生至今已超過四年,他們卻仍流離失所,未來茫茫.....

Nuclear Nation II follows a new group of people exiled from Futaba, the region occupied by the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. Since the 1960s, Futaba had been promised prosperity with tax breaks and major subsidies to make up for the presence of the plant... until the townspeople lost their homeland on March 11, 2011. The film portrays their lives as refugees in an abandoned high school, and in temporary housing. The political fallout from the nuclear disaster results in conflict between residents, and the mayor is forced to resign. Many decide to move back to Fukushima prefecture, just outside the evacuation zone. The town finds itself divided by the arbitrariness of evacuation, radiation levels, and compensation guidelines from the plant's operator. And then, the Japanese government announces a plan to turn Futaba into an official, literal wasteland. Is it possible to truly compensate the townspeople for what they have lost? Through their agonies and frustrations, the film questions the real cost of nuclear energy and unbridled capitalism.
光點華山戲院 綠色公民行動聯盟 2015 核電影 NO NUKE FILM FESTIVAL gcaa.official@gmail.com false MM/DD/YYYY 60

點擊日期加入行事曆提醒

本場次有「本片導演」映後座談 talk
After-Screening Discussion with Director

放映時間結束

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