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2011

Chinmoku no Haruo Ikite

Living the Silent Spring

沈黙の春を生きて

(c)2011 Masako Sakata/Siglo

(c)2011 Masako Sakata/Siglo

(c)2011 Masako Sakata/Siglo

(c)2011 Masako Sakata/Siglo

Release Date
September, 24th, 2011
Running Time
87 min
Genre
Documentary
Color
Color
Screening Format
HDV
Screen Size
HD (16:9)
Sound Processing
Stereo
Subtitle
English

[ Directed by ]

[ Produced by ]

[ Cast ]

[ Staff ]

[ Production Company ]

SIGLO

[ Distributor (Japan) ]

SIGLO

[ Production Studio ]

SIGLO

[ Story ]

Documentary dealing with the scars left behind by Agent Orange, which was used during the Vietnam War. Director Sakata Masako has continued her filming of people in Vietnam and the U.S. who were victims of Agent Orange, and her previous work Agent Orange - a personal requiem won a special prize at the Paris International Environmental Film Festival. Agent Orange was used by the U.S. Army to gain an edge on the battlefield, and at the time it was believed to have no impact on the human body. However, the harm inflicted continues even thirty-five years after the war's end. Heather is the daughter of a war veteran, and she visits Vietnam, the battlefield where her father fought.

[ Official Site ]

http://cine.co.jp/chinmoku_haru/

[ Contact (International) ]

Siglo, Ltd.
#210, 5-24-16 Nakano, Nakano-ku, Tokyo 164-0001
Rep: YAMAGAMI Tetsujiro
tel: +81 3 5343 3101
fax: +81 3 5343 3102
E-mail: siglo@cine.co.jp
http://www.cine.co.jp