If you love this planet

Canada, 1982

Film
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This film records a lecture given to students by outspoken nuclear critic, Dr. Helen Caldicott, president of Physicians for Social Responsibility in the United States. Her message is clear: disarmament cannot be postponed. Archival film footage of the bombing of Hiroshima and images of its survivors seven months after the attack heighten the urgency of her message: namely, that unless we shake off our indifference and work to prevent nuclear war, we stand a slim chance of surviving the 20th century.

Credits

director

Terri Nash

co-producer

Kathleen Shannon

Edward Le Lorrain

production company

National Film Board of Canada

Language

English

Duration

00:26:23:00

Colour

Colour

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