War and the Power to Live Program supported by Red Cross
As globalism accelerates a border-less world, any events happening to others might befall us here in Japan too. At any given moment in this planet, there are people affected by conflicts, terrorism or urban violence. Get to know and imagine the different lives and circumstances depicted in our selected short films. Then why not you start with people around you showing that you care and lend your strength and support a universal “Power to Live”?
Journey To Aleppo
Journey To Aleppo tells a story of Syrian born Finnish citizen, Rami Adham, who delivers Humanitarian aid to the children of the world’s most dangerous city, Aleppo.
In an isolated and unknown place during a war a child is forced to flee. On his way, horse corpses are everywhere. Only dead horses. Why? Why have the horses decided to kill themselves?
A Day's Work
What was a simple job escalates into a violent misunderstanding in this heart-stopping drama involving an American family and the three immigrant laborers hired to help them move.
Three dads from upstate Manhattan who care deeply about the rising tide of hate and violence in the world decided to do something about it. So they launched their project, WHAT IF? These are three short films with a simple message: choose love over hate. Enjoy them and please help them spread the love around the globe.
The Way Home
A family bond is put to the test during an escape from war.
Germany 1942: In order to protect her son Marianne tries to make him believe that the Jewish neighbours are going on a journey to “Toyland”. One morning her son has disappeared - the Jewish nighbours too.