We Are All Radioactive - Documentary Trailer 1:46

We Are All Radioactive is a documentary that follows several people as they live their lives one year later in the fallout from the radiation that was caused by the Fukushima nuclear power plant. They have been living their lives as normal and are determined to stay in their homes. The documentary's official launch date is this Sunday, March 11, the one year anniversary of the earthquake.

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