Nuclear Ginza By Nicholas Rohl

"Only once was I allowed to take photographs in a nuclear power plant... I will never forget what it was like. The heat and the darkness; the workers stripped naked soaked in sweat. They stood in an oxygen tent gasping for air." - Japanese photographer Kenji Higuchi

The Japanese Tsunami and earthquake have rocked the foundations of the world's nuclear industry.  

This film by Nicholas Rohl based on the work of Japanese photo journalist Kenji Higuchi, exposes the exploitation of Japanese 'untouchables' pulled out of the slums of Tokyo and Osaka to work exposed to radiation in the nations nuclear plants.

"Democracy has been destroyed where nuclear power stations exist," says one man.

"It is terrible the only country the nuclear bomb was dropped has produced the same suffering from it's own nuclear power stations," says another.

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