We Are the Guinea Pigs

"In We Are The Guinea Pigs the human realities of the catastrophe at Three Mile Island emerge with a frightening immediacy that makes the dangers of nuclear power difficult to ignore. "A series of interviews with the local population,trade union leaders, scientists, doctors and government officials,points to the inadequacies of State and Federal policies and standards -when these are set against stark medical-scientific evidence, and the nightmare of death and disease now facing residents of Harrisburg. "The film also explores the connections between the private nuclear industry, government, and the international arms race,shaping a coherent analysis of the relationships between health, oil,profits and war." --Edinburgh Film Festival

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