n.o.n.u.k.e.s. Film & Talk vol.03: "MY BOYFRIEND WAS ARRESTED!"

Friday, April 27th, 7pm (film begins promptly at 7:15)

@ Cage – 83 Hester Street, New York, NY 10002 (between Orchard & Allen St.) (Map)

F train to East Broadway / B, D train to Grand Street

Join us for an evening of film and post-screening discussion with the director Koki Ebata.

All are invited to together cultivate our power to end nuclear power. Nuclear energy and its role in our society involves an enormous complexity, which prevents us from even simply acquiring basic knowledge like why nuclear power is dangerous. So why not begin ending it with watching a film together and chatting together to think about the current catastrophe, history, and the post-Fukushima movement which has also spread to NYC? Bring your questions and ideas to share.

A still from “My Boyfriend Was Arrested!”



Japan | 2012 | in Japanese with English subtitles | 66 min.

Director, Photography, Editing: Ebata Koki

September 11 2011, half a year since the nuclear disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Reactor, “Amateur Riot” stages yet another anti-nuclear power demonstration in Tokyo. Out of 10,000 participants, the police arrested 12 protesters. All were ultimately released uncharged, over the course of 12 days. One of those arrested was the director’s boyfriend. This documentary follows his story, from arrest to release.


A post-screening discussion with director Ebata Koki

Ebata Koki: Born in 1984. After graduating from college, she began shooting documentary in April 2009. Having completed the introductory documentary course at The Film School of Tokyo, she is currently studying in the Film and New Media graduate program at Tokyo University of the Arts.




日本 | 2012 | 日本語(英語字幕)| 66分




A still from "My Boyfriend Was Arrested!"

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Exchanging Thoughts Since 3.11 Great Eastern Earthquake & Tokyo Electric Power's Fukushima Nuclear Crisis

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