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The Horses of Fukushima


I cavalli di Fukushima

Like his father and grandfather before him, Tanaka raises horses a few kilometers from Fukushima. Forced to evacuate the area following the nuclear power plant disaster and the tsunami on 11 March 2011, he was allowed to return to the area several weeks later but found many of his horses, like Mirror Quest, dying of hunger or traumatized by the event. Usually slaughtered after Soma Nomaoi, the centuries old traditional fest held annually to celebrate the importance of the horse in the nearby city of Haramachi, the horses, including Mirror Quest, in an ironic turn of fate are spared this unfortunate end thanks to radiation exposure.


Il regista / The Director

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Matsubayashi Yoju graduated from the Japanese Institute of Cinema, with his final year documentary film Dear Respectful Humans. He then worked as assistant director in a television production company. Film titles to his credit include Flowers and Troops (2009) and Fukushima - Memories of the Lost Landscape (2011).



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Edizione 2014
INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTARIES COMPETITION

DOCUMENTARY
Japan , 2013, 74

DIRECTOR
Matsubayashi Yoju

TAGS:
Nuclear/Atomic Relationship Between Man And Animals

http://matsurinouma.com/en/

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