While doing a series of reports on alternative energy sources, an opportunistic reporter Kimberly Wells witnesses an accident at a nuclear power plant. Wells is determined to publicise the incident but soon finds herself entangled in a sinister conspiracy to keep the full impact of the incident a secret. Written by
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The movie was released on March 16, 1979. By a bizarre coincidence, the disaster at the nuclear power plant at Pennsylvania's Three Mile Island happened just 12 days later on March 28. See more
When Jack Godell scrutinizes the trace which illustrates the vibration he is so concerned about, the close-up of the trace shows a barely wavering line with one incident of more violent activity. In the longer shot, showing Godell holding the trace, the line fluctuates to a far greater extent over its entire length. See more
I showed the film to a nuclear engineer. You almost uncovered the core, Mr. Godell.
Mr. Godell, you lied to me last night. We're not going to leave here until you tell us what happened at the plant.
So some anti-nuclear nut tells you we almost uncovered the core? But we didn't uncover it, did we? We stopped it in time for one simple reason and I told you that! The system works, goddamn it! The system works! That's not the problem!
[he turns away
If that's not the problem, then what the hell is?
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The end credits run in total silence. See more
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