DIRECTORKuran, Peter
TITLETrinity and Beyond: The Atomic Bomb Movie
DISTRIBUTORGoldhil Video
ISBNn/a
DATE PUBLISHED1995
RUNNING TIME95 minutes


This documentary film depicts the history of the development of nuclear weapons both within and outside of the United States from 1945 to 1963. It contains incredible atomic bomb footage from declassified materials that were painstakingly restored by the film’s production team, an effort which won an Oscar award for Peter Kuran. The film conveys the extent of nuclear testing that took place during that era, and includes footage of tests on the ground, underwater, suspended from balloons, and in the upper atmosphere. The footage is both visually stunning and unsettling. The film also features an interview with Edward Teller who is widely acknowledged as the “father of the hydrogen bomb.” The film is narrated by William Shatner and has an accompanying original score performed by the Moscow Symphony Orchestra.



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