A Journey on the Equator
DOCUMENTARY 2011 84 mins Episode(s): 3 Others English
In this large-scale travel documentary, Japanese popular actor Masahiko Nishimura reports on travel of countries on the equator for 3 years. Nishimura uses the equatorial line, 40,000km long, as a guidepost for his travels. Over 3 years time, he travels a total distance of over 120,000km--which is essentially the distance of traveling around the world three times. This series is divided into his three travels: South America, Africa and finally South-East Asia and the Pacific. This is the story of an unforgettable journey that you wouldn’t want to miss.
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