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With the 2011 tsunami as a backdrop, this documentary is a staggering odyssey told as an essay on how humans and nature rebuild after trauma. It moves from the shores of Japan where Sachiko, Yasu, and Satoko come to terms with unfathomable loss – via rarely seen places in the abyss of the deep sea – to one of the Hawaiian islands where tsunami debris from Japan has washed up.
Runtime: 76 minutes
The DC premiere of this film is presented in partnership with the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital and the Embassy of Sweden.
About the DC Environmental Film Festival
DCEFF has been the premier Festival showcase of environmental films since 1993. Each March in Washington, DC, they bring the world’s largest green film festival to massive in-person audiences. Since 2020, they have focused on extending their reach beyond DC to the entire world with their virtual Festivals and ever-growing Watch Now catalog. In 2023, they are extremely excited to be returning to venues across the DC Metro for in-person screenings and events — in addition to continuing to offer virtual programming for audiences around the world.