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Pray For Japan (Radio Edit)

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  1. Sahn
    Mar 11,  · Lets Say A Prayer For Japan? 05/06/ 6: 12 Noon Thursday Prayer For Japan: 03/16/ 7: Japan need your prayers: 03/12/ 8: I'd like to lead a prayer for Japan and the entire north hemisphere. 03/17/ 9: People of Faith All need to Unite in Prayer for Japan: 03/12/ Nuclear Waste Leaked Into Pacific Ocean From Japan ~ a Request For.
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  2. Fenrishura
    Pray for Japan. Pray for Japan is a Japanese documentary film about the Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami. Stu Levy produced and directed the film. All of the crew, including Levy, volunteered to make it, and all of the profits from it will be donated to the non-profit organization JEN for their Tōhoku reconstruction projects. The film premiered in Tokyo on March 6, , and showed Affected areas: Areas severely damagedHokkaido, .
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  3. Vudolrajas
    PRAY FOR JAPAN. Out of a population of million only percent are evangelical Christians, making Japanese people the second largest unreached people group in the world.
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  4. Akinojora
    % of profits (3€/soft cover and 5€/hard cover) will go to the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) for Japan. Thanks to all of you! Features & Details.
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  5. Tujinn
    Pray for Japan is a feature length documentary film I began when volunteering in Tohoku, Japan after the earthquake and tsunami nforimimgrapchite.theitoctiogetitigebearligyhylap.infoinfory: Documentary, Special Interest.
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  6. Tygoshura
    The credit roll for Pray For Japan runs 9 minutes, not counting the end sequence which was done as a temporary credit roll for the version submitted to Sundance. This was necessary to accommodate the army of volunteers in Japan, China and the United States who made post-production of the film .
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  7. Gudal
    Pray for Japan is a documentary about the country's massive tsunami in Produced and directed by Stu Levy, it follows a handful of stories fragmented and revisited for the film's 90+ minutes. And it's beautifully balanced. The cinematography is soft, gorgeous, and expertly shot.
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