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Swiss film "Negative: Nothing" strikes a chord in Japan

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Published on Jan 24, 2013

Jan and Stephan Knuesel, two Swiss filmmakers, showed their
documentary "Negative: Nothing" for the first time in Japan and
apparently have struck a chord with the Japanese people. After four
pre-premieres in Osaka and Tokyo the two brothers are planning more
screenings.

Their film tells the story of Japan specialist and travel agent Thomas
Koehler. After the tsunami in Japan in 2011 he loses his job as
Japan-Specialist. He wants to help and walks almost 3000km across the
entire country. He wants to show that Fukushima is small and Japan is
big.

A year after Thomas finished his walk, the documentary film "Negative:
Nothing" is now being shown in Japan. The audience in Osaka and Tokyo
are moved, many people from the audience express their gratitude to
Thomas Koehler and the two filmmakers Jan and Stephan Knuesel.

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