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Published on Dec 23, 2009
Today's nuclear proliferation is seen through the life of a Nagasaki survivor and college students dedicated to making sure that the truth about the last atomic bomb deliberately used on human beings will never be forgotten. There are other documentaries about the atomic bomb, but none include this controversial content. For the first time, it challenges the widely held U.S. assumption that dropping the bomb on Nagasaki was essential to end World War II. The provocative arguments about that decision have never been part of a U.S. documentary.