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|Valerie Plame Wilson||Participant|
|Lawrence Scott Sheets||Participant|
|Frank von Hippel||Participant|
|R. Scott Kemp||Participant|
|Robert S. McNamara||Participant|
|F.W. de Klerk||Participant|
|James Baker III||Participant|
|Lucy Walker||Director, Screenwriter|
|Bruce Blair||Executive Producer|
|Matthew Brown||Executive Producer|
|Peter Golub||Score Composer|
|Jeff Skoll||Executive Producer|
|Diane Weyermann||Executive Producer|
Posted August 24, 2011
I haven't seen this yet, but the only other review spews a claim about a missile defense system that we don't have...despite spending millions of dollars in the past 30 years...
I'd say that, with that opinion out there, that this film is needed...
Posted October 8, 2010
Someone's not happy unless everyone else is constantly paranoid. After using interviews with random people on the street to show how unaware and uneducated the general public is about nuclear weapons, the filmmaker made a huge mistake using these people's opinions as support for his policy recommendations. Some of the footage, supposedly portraying accidents, is suspect because the explosions looked more like purposeful test runs. And after showing how "easy" it is to build a nuclear warhead, it's never explained how the US and Russia eliminating their ballistic missile supply would actually prevent terrorists from building their own. The knowledge won't just disappear, you know! If you feel like sitting through a lobbying group's two-hour commercial that resorts to scare tactics and doesn't mention ballistic missile defense projects once, by all means go see this film.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted December 2, 2011
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