|Genres||Documentary History Short|
|Plot||In Hiroshima, as many as 160 trees still remain alive having survived the inferno caused by the atomic bomb in 1945. Their existence strikes us as symbolic figures of life. Masao Okabe, an artist, and Hideyuki Miyaoka, a film maker born and raised in Hiroshima, set out one day in Winter to collaborate on these A-bombed trees. Ébionim means the poor, derived from the Hebrew, ébion.... search for Ébionim on IMDb|
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