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Australian Atomic Confessions| 49mins
Director: K. Aigner & G. Young | Producer: Kathy Aigner
Focus Years: 2005 | Country: Australia
Subject Tags: australia, indigenous rights, oceania, politics, resources
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
Rare archival film shown for the first time and eyewitness accounts from the Royal Australian Army, Navy and Airforce describe former top secret aspects and cover-ups of the 12 major and over 52 “minor” British nuclear bomb tests in Australia. Surviving servicemen and nomadic indigenous Australians reveal the devastating effects. Leading experts tell of the continuing threat of Sydney’s new nuclear reactor and the ongoing nuclear cycle. “Australian Atomic Confessions” is a chilling expose of nuclear testing and its damaging legacy. Enough is enough.

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