NEW YORK (Kyodo) A film that follows more than 100 atomic bomb survivors as they travel around the world on the Peace Boat premiered at U.N. headquarters Monday.

Directed by Costa Rican Erika Bagnarello, “FLASHES OF HOPE: Hibakusha Traveling the World,” captures the voices of 103 victims of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki A-bombings.

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