The movie “The presiding judge who stopped the nuclear power plant”

A newspaper reported on July 13th, “The Tokyo District Court ordered the four former executives of the Tokyo Electric Power Company to pay 13 trillion yen at the lawsuit filed by shareholders over the disaster at Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.”
This sentence is remarkable for the largest amount of compensation ever and recognizing the individual responsibility of executives.

By the way, I interviewed the film director, Mr. Hiroyasu Obara the other day for the opening page talk for the next month issue of the High Genki magazine.
Mr.Obara directed the movie, “The presiding judge who stopped the nuclear power plant” and he told me that he needed our help to release the movie nationwide from September.
This movie is about the presiding judge, Hideaki Higuchi I interviewed on June 2019 issue.

The late chairman was against the nuclear power in terms of Ki. He was against not only nuclear weapons but also nuclear power plants.
He went to Russia for the treatment of the people who were exposed to radiation at the Chernobyl disaster and invited sick children to Japan to treat them. He also visited the Hopi village with Dr. Obitsu to treat people who were exposed to radiation while working in a uranium mine.
He thought that there were many problems with uranium when used, mined and disposed.
I have been listening to the people who are against the nuclear power through the monthly magazine talk.
The judge Higuchi was one of them and his explanation was very easy to understand. He once sentenced that nuclear power plants were unconstitutional.
The movie introduced his thoughts as the Higuchi theory and explained the danger of nuclear power very well. It also introduced the solar sharing to solve the power shortage problem.

The solar sharing is the revolutionary technology invented in Japan.
It is farming and generating power at the same time by installing the poles and panels for power generation on farmland.
The movie shows young farmers who suffered from Fukushima disaster take a lead and grow crops while generating power.

I hope a lot of people watch this movie because it is related to the future of Japan’s energy and agricultural problems.
According to the director Obara, there are not many theaters which will play this movie and the number of audience in Tokyo will affect the number of theaters in other areas. Therefore, I would like to ask people in Tokyo to watch this movie.
He is trying to raise money through crowdfunding to play the movie nationwide. The closing date is August 9th and I appreciate your cooperation.
I sent the movie brochure to the centers. I hope those who are interested in can have a look at it.
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