Based on 20 votes and 5 reviews
Good enough documentary.
a good documentary that makes us reflect and think!! a worthwhile movie!
First movie that I ever walked out of (or reviewed online) Waste of money. On the 65th anniversary of Hiroshima, I was expecting to hear about the countries have accumulated nuclear weapons since that time, but from the start, it was just paranoia & fear-mongering reminiscent of the so-called "war on terror". I guess the title should have given it away.
It's a subject we don't like to think about. We'd all prefer to stick our heads in the sand and pretend it isn't there. And when we do think about it we feel so incompetent of doing anything about it that we quickly push it away. But we do need to think about it and do something. Let's all become more actively involved in the subject matter. This film details so well what we're up against but also gives us hope that if we all work together we can turn this around. Many younger people aren't even aware of the dangerous trend and when we mention nuclear weapons, many of them believe it's either under control - which it isn't - or that it's already too late and nothing can be done about it anyw
great information and important reminder.