Montréal tarafından bir World BEYOND War Ağustos 6, 2022
“The Day After” is a U.S. post-apocalyptic film that first aired on November 20, 1983, on the ABC television network. A record-setting 100 million people watched it in the U.S. – and 200 million on Russian TV during its initial broadcast.
The film postulates a fictional war between NATO forces and the Warsaw Pact countries over Germany that rapidly escalates into a full-scale nuclear exchange between the United States and the Soviet Union. The action focuses on the residents of Lawrence, Kansas, and Kansas City, Missouri, and of several family farms near nuclear missile silos.
Then-U.S. President Ronald Reagan watched the film more than a month before its screening on Columbus Day, October 10, 1983. He wrote in his diary that the film was “very effective and left me greatly depressed,” and that it changed his mind on the prevailing policy on a “nuclear war.”
Maybe this film can still change hearts and minds!
Filmi izledik. Ardından, uzmanlarımız NuclearBan.US'den Vicki Elson ve Kanada Nükleer Sorumluluk Koalisyonu'ndan Dr. Gordon Edwards ile bu videoda yer alan sunumları ve soru-cevap dönemini gerçekleştirdik.