|Écrit par||Jérôme Cornuau, Frédéric Fougea, Pascal Guérin, Pauline Rocafull & Dominique Sampiero|
Follow this thrilling account into the heart of the Fugen-Dake volcano, where two famous vulcanologists were lost in action in 1991.
In June 1991, all eyes were turned towards the volcano. Journalists, photographers and cameramen were in position on one of the slopes of the mountain. Scientists in the surrounding observatories analyzed the data to measure, understand and warn the authorities of what to do. The mayor of Shimabara has just ordered the evacuation of his town, some one thousand people.
Katia and Maurice Krafft, the famous French vulcanologists, adventurers and specialists of volcanoes, were hoping to witness an incredible explosion. A phenomenon they needed to film for their prevention films designated to volcanoes. But the risks were considerable and information was hard to collect, not to mention the bad weather. Their young friend and colleague, the American Harry Glicken, specialized in Japanese volcanoes, was their guide.
They're all going to die...
Lauréat du Grand Prix et du Gold Panda Awards du meilleur réalisateur au Sichuan TV Festival (Chine)