|Directed by||Hitomi Kamanaka|
|Produced by||Shūkichi Koizumi|
|Edited by||Yoshiko Matsuda|
|Running time||119 minutes|
Rokkasho Rhapsody (六ヶ所村ラプソディー Rokkashomura rapusodī?, also sometimes called in English Rokkashomura Rhapsody) is a Japanese documentary directed by Hitomi Kamanaka and released in 2006. It is the second in Kamanaka's trilogy of films on the problems of nuclear power and radiation, preceded by Hibakusha at the End of the World (also known as Radiation: A Slow Death) and followed by Ashes to Honey.
The documentary reports on the issues surrounding the construction of the Rokkasho Reprocessing Plant in Aomori Prefecture, especially focusing on the lives of the nearby residents who, while nervous about the dangers of radiation, continue living near the plant. It also covers the protests against the plant.
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