Synopsis:
Today at Fukushima, the Japanese people are currently facing with an invisible enemy: radioactivity which is endangering the future of this region and of this country. The population is standing up and is expressing their despair and their anger. While meeting the families, Alain de Halleux gives the word at those ordinary Japaneses confronted with an astonishing situation : meetings revealing fears, hopes, major upheavals experienced by those parents and children. Keeping away from Fukushima, verily leaving Japan, measuring radioactivity from its environment and its food, trying to obtain reliable information from which taking a decision commits the whole family... many questions and challenges to which Royko, David, Eko, Kento, and many others are confronted. 
Director's filmography:
- Message in a bottle
- Lettre à l'empereur
- La trace (1998 - TV)
- Pleure pas Germaine (2000 - Feature)
- Kaléidoscope - Episode 20 : La communauté indienne algonquine du Lac-Simon, Canada (2003 - Short)
- RAS - Nucléaire, rien à signaler (2009 - TV)
- Invisible (2009 - Short)
- Chernobyl Forever (2011 - TV)
- The Grey Zone (2013 - Feature)
- Récits de Fukushima (2013 - Short)
- Welcome to Fukushima (2013 - Feature)
- Fukushima 4 Ever (2014 - Feature)
- DEXIA: La faute a personne (2016 - Feature)
- Beyond The Waves (Taro Yamamoto, A Japanese Rebel) (2018 - TV)
Type:
Short
Genre:
Doc
Year of production:
2013
Status:
Finished
Runtime:
8x8'
Majority:
Yes
Production:
Simple production