White Light/Black Rain: The Destruction of Hiroshima and Nagasaki Reviews
It is only in steeping ourselves in films & propaganda like this that we can apreciate the practical effect on the human condition that such weapons of mass destruction have after their use even after 70 years of these tiny examples of our presesent arsenal let alone were to be used now. Now, we'd all be exterminated in the most agonizing way achievable were a global nuclear war to happen.
The only way not not to all horribly die is to do away with nations & total & mutually disarm now before the enivitable result of not doing so engulfs us. In other words; we're doomed.
I believe that Nuclear technology, for weapons is the worst thing that has happened to the world.
There are no excuses for such a crime and no justifications whatsoever.
The director, Steven Okazaki says: ?I just want people to stop arguing about the rights and wrongs of the atomic bombings, whose fault it is, who deserved it or didn?t, whether it was worse, or not as bad, as other holocausts, and just listen to the stories of the people who were there. People like you and me, our parents, our children, our friends.? and he does just that.
And the last "line" of the movie frightens the crap out of me.