Children of the Tsunami

Children of the Tsunami

59 minutes 7.29/10 based on 7 votes

On March 11th 2011 Japan was hit by the greatest tsunami in a thousand years.

Through compelling testimony from 7-10 year-old survivors, this film reveals how the deadly wave and the Fukushima nuclear accident have changed children’s lives forever.

The story unfolds at two key locations: a primary school where 74 children were killed by the tsunami; and a school close to the Fukushima nuclear plant, attended by children evacuated from the nuclear exclusion zone.

Released 1 March, 2012. 60 min. Director: Dan Reed. TV documentary.

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3 responses to “Children of the Tsunami”

  1. leerwesen says:

    These children are extremely insightful… but this was so sad to watch :(

  2. Victoria says:

    Ok scientists, you heard him, get started making those giant fans!

    • leerwesen says:

      LOL … I thought it was cute though. And attributes like being curious and thinking new things are building blocks to new innovations. I could see him being a scientist someday, especially if he has the support of schools and the wider community.

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