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Takashi Murakami on Seeing Social Issues Through the Eyes of Children in ‘Jellyfish Eyes’

Nerdist’s Charles Webb talks to artist Takashi Murakami about his debut feature film Jellyfish Eyes, which looks at the world of post-tsunami Japan through children’s eyes.

Says Murakami, “When children see images that are very impactful, they question and worry…You want the children in the audience to ask their parents, ‘What does this mean,’ or maybe start asking some of the questions about what they’re seeing for themselves.”

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