By MASAMITSU OKU/ Staff Writer
July 27, 2021 at 08:00 JST
MINAMATA, Kumamoto Prefecture--Municipal authorities here declined to formally back a citizen group’s screening of “Minamata,” a film about the devastating effects of mercury poisoning in the city, mainly out of consideration to the real-life victims. [Read More]
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