Thursday, July 12, 2012

"In Containment" (part 3) uploaded

I have just posted the 3rd installment of "In Containment".  I look forward to reflecting here on what I have learned through the making of this documentary and some of the stories surrounding the filming of it, but first I must just keep plugging away at the editing of the final two sections. 

Part 3 STORY:  Hiroshi takes Ian into Odaka, the southern-most part of Minamisoma which is between 10 to 20 km from the damaged nuclear power plant in Fukushima.  After the nuclear meltdown Odaka was evacuated and became part of exclusion zone, and since access has only recently been allowed, much of the destruction remains exactly as it was after the earthquake and tsunami.  Ian speaks with a resident of Odaka about the current state of limbo they are in and their fears for the future.  Later, on his way to the exclusion zone, just 10 km from the nuclear plant, Ian meets a woman and her father who are also heading to the no-go zone to visit their home for the first time since the disaster.


E. Bilien said...

Great job! Looking forward to the sequel.
Your work makes it easier to spread the word.
No half-life. Full life!
And therefore, no more nukes.
Peace and caring to you Ian et al.

Ian Thomas Ash said...

E. Bilien,

Thank you so much for reading, watching and for your comment! Take care.