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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Did You Know?
Executive producer Bruce Gilbert
said of the film's writer-director James Bridges
: "The practical advantages of working with a writer-director are obvious, but Jim Bridges [James Bridges
] proved to be an invaluable collaborator. Contributing first as a writer, he read researched and absorbed all the ideas that were in motion. His greatly expanded script is extremely rich in concepts and characters which parallel and interweave with fascinating complexity. Inspired by a location, a prop or an actor's suggestion, Jim often presented newly-revised scenes during shooting, creating a highly spontaneous flow to the long filming schedule. As a director, Bridges is both straightforward and subtle, a rare combination that provides great satisfaction to both audience and actor". See more
In the introduction to the news, the announcer names Kimberly Wells' segment "California Close-Up" but the anchorman calls it "California Now." See more
I know the vibration was not normal.
The end credits run in total silence. See more
Somewhere In Between
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