by Sandra Weller / Anzenberger
Kaoru is living with her 3 year old daughter Uta in West-Japan. In March 2011 East-Japan gets hit by the T?hoku-Earthquake and a Tsunami, followed by the first reactor accident of the nuclear power plant Fukushima-Daiichi. The Japanese government announces that the operating company Tepco has everything under control. Kaoru finds different news in the internet, reporting that radioactivity flowing out of the reactor. With an anticipation of the dimension of the catastrophe, she buys food cans and air cleaning bamboo coal. She closes the windows and does not use air-conditioning anymore. Her friends and family believe that she is overreacting. Beginning of April 2011 she and Uta arriving at Tegel airport in Berlin to start a new live.