Christopher Noland has created a documentary about the Fukushima disaster that is worth people watching, whether they are Japanese or not: http://survivingjapanmovie.com/. His documentary details what he found when he came to Japan to help with the cleanup after the March 2011 disaster.
Christopher Noland found in Japan a nightmare world where palliative measures and coverups substituted for evacuation of the people in the area and where folks are still being subject to radiation exposure through food and from breathing the air. He's not a wealthy documentarian and could use the money, so anyone interested in finding out more should pre-order his DVD so that he can fund his further efforts.
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