法國萬萬歲
Vive la France

廣島與長崎核爆至今已經70年,這場災難造成了至少20萬人死亡。世上從來沒有經歷過這樣大規模的徹底破壞。

自2000年起,包括美國、英國、法國、俄羅斯、中國、巴基斯坦、印度和北韓已經開始積極發展核武。至今這些國家共擁有1萬7千枚隨時可使用的原子彈。

法國總統席哈克決定,在法屬波利尼西亞的核武試爆要繼續進行,使全球目光注視到穆魯羅瓦環礁。然而,這個決定受到社會巨大阻力,核試爆使不少人美夢幻滅。在電影中,導演前往了這座小島拜訪一對夫婦,他們夢想開一家麵包店,但銀行認為此地的核武試爆造成的風險太大,而不願借貸資金。

《法國萬萬歲》指出了核試爆對生態環境的嚴重影響,以及法國殖民地波利尼西亞受到的政治影響,傳達了小島居民的自主意志,揭露了法國核武計劃令人髮指的後果,可以看出西方國家對生態環境和底層人民的冷漠無情。

This year marks 70 years since the first atomic bombs were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The result: more than 200,000 dead. Never before had the world seen such utter devastation.

Since then 2000 nuclear weapons have been tested by the US, Great Britain, France, Russia, China, Pakistan, India and North Korea. Today these nations together own 17,000 nuclear warheads ready to use.

When last the Mururoa atoll gained the attention of the world was when French president Jacques Chirac decided that nuclear testing in French Polynesia should go on. This decision met with massive resistance and the tests were ended for good the following year. In Vive La France, filmmakers Titti Johnson and Helgi Felixon visit the nearby island of Tureia to meet Kua and Teariki. The couple’s dream of starting a bakery is shattered when they are unable to secure a loan from the bank, due to the risk that the Mururoa atoll may implode, setting off a devastating tsunami. Vive La France reveals the willful existence of a small island community, while delivering a grave lesson on the ecological consequences of nuclear testing and the political ramifications of French colonialism in Polynesia. In this film about the hair-rising consequences of France’s nuclear programme, it’s plain to see the indifference that was and still is the mark of the Western world.

JUL 26

放映場次:週日 21:30
放映地點:光點華山戲院二樓 多功能藝文廳

07/26/2015 21:30 07/26/2015 23:26 Asia/Taipei核電影:法國萬萬歲(Vive la France) * 放映廳為 二樓 多功能藝文廳
http://zeronuke.gcaa.org.tw/film.php?f=15205

廣島與長崎核爆至今已經70年,這場災難造成了至少20萬人死亡。世上從來沒有經歷過這樣大規模的徹底破壞。

自2000年起,包括美國、英國、法國、俄羅斯、中國、巴基斯坦、印度和北韓已經開始積極發展核武。至今這些國家共擁有1萬7千枚隨時可使用的原子彈。

法國總統席哈克決定,在法屬波利尼西亞的核武試爆要繼續進行,使全球目光注視到穆魯羅瓦環礁。然而,這個決定受到社會巨大阻力,核試爆使不少人美夢幻滅。在電影中,導演前往了這座小島拜訪一對夫婦,他們夢想開一家麵包店,但銀行認為此地的核武試爆造成的風險太大,而不願借貸資金。

《法國萬萬歲》指出了核試爆對生態環境的嚴重影響,以及法國殖民地波利尼西亞受到的政治影響,傳達了小島居民的自主意志,揭露了法國核武計劃令人髮指的後果,可以看出西方國家對生態環境和底層人民的冷漠無情。

This year marks 70 years since the first atomic bombs were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The result: more than 200,000 dead. Never before had the world seen such utter devastation.

Since then 2000 nuclear weapons have been tested by the US, Great Britain, France, Russia, China, Pakistan, India and North Korea. Today these nations together own 17,000 nuclear warheads ready to use.

When last the Mururoa atoll gained the attention of the world was when French president Jacques Chirac decided that nuclear testing in French Polynesia should go on. This decision met with massive resistance and the tests were ended for good the following year. In Vive La France, filmmakers Titti Johnson and Helgi Felixon visit the nearby island of Tureia to meet Kua and Teariki. The couple’s dream of starting a bakery is shattered when they are unable to secure a loan from the bank, due to the risk that the Mururoa atoll may implode, setting off a devastating tsunami. Vive La France reveals the willful existence of a small island community, while delivering a grave lesson on the ecological consequences of nuclear testing and the political ramifications of French colonialism in Polynesia. In this film about the hair-rising consequences of France’s nuclear programme, it’s plain to see the indifference that was and still is the mark of the Western world.
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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AUG 01

放映場次:週六 13:00
放映地點:台北市大同區保安街 49 巷 11 號

08/01/2015 13:00 08/01/2015 14:56 Asia/Taipei核電影:法國萬萬歲(Vive la France) * 請注意場地地址,位於保安街,並非「當代美術館」
http://zeronuke.gcaa.org.tw/film.php?f=15205

廣島與長崎核爆至今已經70年,這場災難造成了至少20萬人死亡。世上從來沒有經歷過這樣大規模的徹底破壞。

自2000年起,包括美國、英國、法國、俄羅斯、中國、巴基斯坦、印度和北韓已經開始積極發展核武。至今這些國家共擁有1萬7千枚隨時可使用的原子彈。

法國總統席哈克決定,在法屬波利尼西亞的核武試爆要繼續進行,使全球目光注視到穆魯羅瓦環礁。然而,這個決定受到社會巨大阻力,核試爆使不少人美夢幻滅。在電影中,導演前往了這座小島拜訪一對夫婦,他們夢想開一家麵包店,但銀行認為此地的核武試爆造成的風險太大,而不願借貸資金。

《法國萬萬歲》指出了核試爆對生態環境的嚴重影響,以及法國殖民地波利尼西亞受到的政治影響,傳達了小島居民的自主意志,揭露了法國核武計劃令人髮指的後果,可以看出西方國家對生態環境和底層人民的冷漠無情。

This year marks 70 years since the first atomic bombs were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The result: more than 200,000 dead. Never before had the world seen such utter devastation.

Since then 2000 nuclear weapons have been tested by the US, Great Britain, France, Russia, China, Pakistan, India and North Korea. Today these nations together own 17,000 nuclear warheads ready to use.

When last the Mururoa atoll gained the attention of the world was when French president Jacques Chirac decided that nuclear testing in French Polynesia should go on. This decision met with massive resistance and the tests were ended for good the following year. In Vive La France, filmmakers Titti Johnson and Helgi Felixon visit the nearby island of Tureia to meet Kua and Teariki. The couple’s dream of starting a bakery is shattered when they are unable to secure a loan from the bank, due to the risk that the Mururoa atoll may implode, setting off a devastating tsunami. Vive La France reveals the willful existence of a small island community, while delivering a grave lesson on the ecological consequences of nuclear testing and the political ramifications of French colonialism in Polynesia. In this film about the hair-rising consequences of France’s nuclear programme, it’s plain to see the indifference that was and still is the mark of the Western world.
台北市大同區保安街 49 巷 11 號 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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