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A personal message from Director Chris Noland to all people of Japan

Director Noland responding to NHK's news interview aired on 3.11





監督 クリストファー・ノーラン


I was honored to volunteer in the Great Tohoku Earthquake, Tsunami and Fukushima Disaster. As I met people during the disaster, I felt their voices were not being heard. Many people had many problems there were not addressed, and some still not today. My main point to bring these to film was so that Japan could move forward. WE can only move forward by truly understanding our past. I feel strongly that Japan can overcome this disaster, and not just rebuild but reinvent Japan into the best country on the earth.

The movie contains 6 months of problems that happened during the disaster. Many of these problems still exist today. If I could ask each and everyone of you, please share this film with your friends, family and co-workers. We want as many people to see the film as possible. Change must occur in our world today for everyone, in many countries. Our Governments and large corporations are not taking care of us or the planet as we intrusted them to. I urge all people to share this film and hopefully it can have an enlightening effect on everyone and together we can change the world. I spent 2 years of life working on this for no payment. I think it should be available to Japan for free, the only thing I ask for in payment is that you share it with your friends and leave your commentary.

Thank you so much, it has been difficult but an honor to make this film. I will always thank the people of Japan for this experience, it turned me into a new person. From a selfish person, to someone who is not selfish and wishes to help empower others to make change in the world. I wish to pass this enlightenment on to others, and I will always, always Thank Japan for that.

Thank you very much

Christopher Noland


配信期間: 2013年3月11日~4月10日
無料動画: GyaO!


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