Pray for Japan

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Pray for Japan is a 2012 Japanese documentary film about the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami. Stu Levy produced and directed the film. All of the crew, including Levy, volunteered to make it, and all of the profits from it will be donated to the non-profit organization JEN for their Tōhoku reconstruction projects.[1] The film premiered in Tokyo on March 6, 2012,[2] and showed for one night only in 15 North American AMC Theatres on March 14, 2012.[3]


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