Hiroshima, Ishiuchi Miyako, Nokosareta Mono Tachi Things Left Behind

Japanese Movie

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Release Date March 28, 2014
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Catalog No.NSDS-19621
JAN/ISBN 4988066202704
Product Type DVD
TV Standard NTSC
Number of Discs 1
Color Color
Running Time 130minutes
Original Release Year 2012
Layers single-sided/dual-layered
Aspect Ratio(s) 16:9LB
Region 2
Subtitles Japanese


Documentary on a photographer, Miyako Ishiuchi who had a photo exhibition of bombed Hiroshima.
Special Feature / Bonus Track: bonus video footage

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Description in Japanese

ひろしま 石内都・遺されたものたち Things Left Behind / 邦画

広島の被爆をテーマに開催された写真展と写真家・石内都に密着したドキュメンタリー。 広島を訪れるたびに被爆した人たちの遺品を撮影している石内。東日本大震災直後に撮影された写真などから、彼女が"ひろしま"とどう向き合っているのかを綴る。
「dear hiroshimaをみて」(2012年8月18日にNHK BS1で放映された、石内都、リンダ・ホーグランド、広島平和文化センターのリーパー理事長、作家・田口ランディが語りあう討論番組)(予定)

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