《首相官邸前的人们》Tell the Prime Minister

 

《首相官邸前的人们》

《首相官邸前的人们》

福岛核灾至今快将五年。《首相官邸前的人们》来得正合时宜,较诸2013年的《不要再有下一个福岛》就核能作历史回溯与批判,小熊英二更在意拉出的,是特定时刻的日本视野。核灾的伤害与辐射后遗、社会运动的本质、日本当代历史的暧昧右倾、人的差异与差异的感通与接壤,四组不同的轴,交织到同一个画面之上。核电由谎言组成绵密又满布错误的体系,资讯的谬误与失落,触发求知欲和忿懑的情绪,转眼就形成了改变现状的渴望,创造了日本自八十年代以来第一场大型社会运动的关键机缘。人在其中,沉默化为活力,化为音乐的年青节奏;伤害的痛楚夹杂著摸索学习组织社会运动的尝新,在街头呼吸自由的喜悦。这种跨阶层的新社运形式相当程度上走出了七十年代安保运动留下的戒惧与阴霾,开划了议会政治以外的格局,更直接为今年的反对新安保法运动提供了希望。如今已下野的前首相穿插在其中,既是权力与问题的象征,也同时是活生生的真实的人,言谈间难掩回忆的颤动与虚弱。导演小熊英二本身也是社会学家和优秀的作者,2015年秋天开始接连有作品译成中文在台湾出版,是值得记下的名字。

 

日本|2015|109分钟|彩色|HD
日语对白,中英文字幕
导演:小熊英二

 

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Tell the Prime Minister

 

It has been almost 5 years since the meltdown of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Plant. "Tell The Prime Minister" came at the right time as a fair comparison with 2013's Fukushima Never Again, so audience could reflect on and criticize the disaster and nuclear power development as a whole. What Eiji Oguma would like to shed light on was the state of Japan in midst of this critical moment. Its consequence is fourfold: the hazard of the nuclear accident and aftermath of radiation leakage, the essence of social movement, the right wing tendency of Japanese modern history & the differences of stance between citizens and how these differences encounter and collide; interweaving a complete social fabric.

Nuclear power evolved from a system that was full of lies, mistakes, lapses of information and disappointment to a bloom of indignation and yearning for truth, ultimately turned into an urge for a change in status quo. This series of events led to the biggest-scale social movement ever in Japan since the 1980s.
The disaster triggered the younger generation in Japan to break their silence and transformed it into music and other forms of activism and arts. Despite their pain, they started taking tentative steps to pioneer social movements and feeling the bliss of freedom. Not only did this new form of cross-class social movement break away from the fear and haunting experience of the national security movement in the 1970s and created a new political environment outside of the parliament, but it also provided hope for this year's anti-national security bill movement.

Playing a role as the centre of power and culprit of the accident, former prime minister of Japan admitted responsibility and resigned. However, in this film, as how a human being should normally feel, he could not conceal his vulnerability and terror in retrospect of the disaster as well. Being a sociologist and a well-known writer, Eiji Oguma has had his works translated into Chinese and distributed in Taiwan since Autumn 2015. Eiji Oguma is a name you should remember.

 

Japan|2015|109 min|Color|HD
In Japanese with Chinese and English Subtitles
Director: Eiji Oguma

 

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