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Hiroshima Memorial presentation: HIBAKUSHA plus RABBIT ON THE MOON
Hiroshima Memorial presentation: HIBAKUSHA plus RABBIT ON THE MOON Rated: NR    Runtime: 120 mins.
Directors Kathy Sloane & Emiko Omori IN PERSON!

HIBAKUSHA:
In this fifteen-minute film, Japanese citizen Keiji Tsuchiya uses 12 powerful watercolors, which he painted five years ago, to tell the story of his experiences in Hiroshima as a 17-year-old soldier during the month immediately following the dropping of the atomic bomb. While the film addresses a horrific moment in history, it emphasizes how Mr. Tsuchiya has directed his life towards purpose and healing through his life-long commitments to preserving the Japanese horseshoe crab and advocating for survivors of the atomic bomb and against nuclear war. Directed by Kathy Sloane. Running time: 15 mins.

RABBIT ON THE MOON:
This is the story of 120,000 Japanese Americans who were imprisoned in camps during WWII. The trampling of civil rights; a generation's loss of a lifetime's work; the fissures created in a strong, vital community; the drafting of young men from the camps; the racist loyalty questionnaire - all told through the experiences of the co-producers' family and many other former inmates. Directed by Emiko Omori. Running time: 85 mins.