節目介紹 Introduction

2005年8月是轟炸日本廣島和長崎六十週年。日本人在世界二次大戰末投降,讓美國軍隊能夠和平進入、以軍力佔領日本國土。一組攝影師團隊用彩色底片記錄下他們在日本發現了什麼,又如何改造他們過去的敵人。他們是首批親眼目睹原子彈摧毀廣島和長崎的景象的人士之一。他們也用底片捕捉了第一次的自由選舉和日本民主的誕生。這是一趟非凡的旅程!內含寫實影像,建議觀眾自行斟酌觀看。

August, 2005 is the 60th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The Japanese surrender at the end of WWII allowed U.S. troops to peacefully enter as an occupation force. What they found and how they transformed their former enemy is told through the work of a team of cameramen who recorded it all on color film. They were among the first to witness the devastation wrought by the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. They also captured on film the first free elections and the birth of Japanese democracy. It was a remarkable journey! Contains graphic images; viewer discretion is advised.