CULTURE

88 Hours - The Fukushima Meltdown

2016
2 x52' (ENG, GER)

March 11 2011, 2:46 pm. One of the largest earthquakes in Japanese history hits the East of Japan. 

The earthquake caused a gigantic tsunami that later triggered a power outage and three simultaneous meltdowns at the nuclear power station in Fukushima. Six years have passed since the earthquake that caused Japan's worst nuclear incident and details of the disastrous event are slowly coming to light. Through various investigations and exclusive interviews with more than 500 people who were involved in the accident, this docu-drama shows what actually happened at ground zero. For the first time, viewers will witness  the complete picture of the nuclear accident in Fukushima during those first 88 hours.

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Facts

  • Original Title
    88 Hours - The Fukushima Meltdown
  • Year
    2016
  • Length
    2 x52' (ENG, GER)
  • Resolution
    HD
  • Film by
    Isao Tanigawa, Kenta Watanabe, Akio Suzuki, Masahiro Fujikawa
  • Produced by