A documentary by Aya Domenig
Swiss-Japanese filmmaker Aya Domenig, the granddaughter of a doctor on duty for the Red Cross during the 1945 atomic bombing of Hiroshima, approaches the experience of her deceased grandfather by tracing the lives of a doctor and of former nurses who once shared the same experience. While gathering the memories and present views of these very last survivors, the nuclear disaster in Fukushima strikes and history seems to repeat itself.
«Beautifully intimate and personal, yet it reaches out across the world in terms of the issues that are at hand.» Indiewire
«It is not just a movie about personal experience and about what happened in the past, but it is something that is very relevant today. (…) Every minute that is in that film is part of that film and should be there.» The Hollywood Reporter
Edition Look Now!
Language OV japanese/german Subitles english, deutsch, français, italiano, español
Length 78 min. Screen 16/9 PAL, color Sound DD 2.0 & 5.1 FSK 12 Region code 2
Bonus Booklet (deutsch)