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In March 2011, an unprecedented tsunami strikes Japan, leaving in its wake a devastated country and 20,000 dead. While gigantic breakwater walls are erected to counteract future great waves, reports of ghosts and spirits returning home spread all along the Japanese coast. A trip to Mount Osore—where in the Buddhist tradition the dead souls find sanctuary—reveals the lasting trauma of the disaster. The visible and the invisible conflate in this no-man's land where reconstruction has begun taking place.

  • Year
    2019
  • Runtime
    68 minutes
  • Language
    Japanese
  • Country
    Japan via France
  • Note
    English Subtitles
  • Director
    Hélène Robert, Jérémy Perrin
  • Screenwriter
    Hélène Robert, Jérémy Perrin
  • Producer
    Elisabeth Pawlowski, Elsa Minisini, Francis Forge, Jean-Baptiste Fribourg
  • Cinematographer
    Hélène Robert
  • Editor
    Laurent Leveneur