Based on Tanaka’s question, Godzilla is a tangible reflection of the nuclear trauma in Japan, as William Tsutsui pointed out “Godzilla is a sincere horror film, intended to frighten rather than amused, which engaged honestly — indeed, even grimy — with contemporary Japanese unease over a mounting nuclear menace, untrammeled environmental degradation, and long shadow of World War II”. But on the other hand, Godzilla is a victim of the catastrophe itself because it’s habit under the ocean has been disturbance by the nuclear bomb.

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