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Trinity And Beyond The Atomic Bomb Movie In 3D (1999)
Starring: William Shatner
Director: Peter Kuran
Category: Special Interest, Documentary
Studio: Goldhil
120 mins



Witness The Incredible History Of America's Development Of Nuclear Weapons.

Renowned special filmmaker Peter Kuran dedicated over three years to production of this amazing film which chronicles the top secret, strange and visually compelling history of the design, production and testing of Atomic and Hydrogen bombs by the United States. In addition to uncovering rare film from top secret government archives, Kuran traveled far and wide to obtain startling footage of nuclear bomb test conducted by Great Britain, China and the largest atomic explosion ever created by Russia. The quality of the images is remarkable and required the development of a new film restoration system to preserve these haunting images for generation to come.