Oppenheimer arrives in Japan – so what do they think?

Audiences in Japan have finally been able to watch the blockbuster biopic Oppenheimer.

The story about the creator of the nuclear bomb was always going to be a difficult watch in Hiroshima – the city where it was first dropped in August 1945, killing an estimated 140,000 people. .

The BBC’s Japan correspondent Shaimaa Khalil spoke with residents to see what they thought of the film, which has won seven Oscars and garnered global box office takings of more than $1bn since its US release last July.

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