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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People who know the meaning of "The China Syndrome" are scared. Soon _you_ will know.
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Did You Know?
Star Jack Lemmon
said of this film: "I signed on for 'The China Syndrome' and then waited over a year for filming to begin. Not only did I get a marvelous role but I had the satisfaction of being part of a film project that deals with a very dramatic subject, and it makes for a very dramatic movie." See more
Michael Douglas's cameraman more than once supposedly films something - including the footage of the reactor control room - without having a battery pack connected to the camera. The camera simply wouldn't work without it. He also frequently uses the light meter incorrectly - the white dome has to be pointed towards the light source you are measuring. See more
Mr. Mc Cormack I can't take responsibility for this.
Evan Mc Cormack
What's your alternative? Let this maniac wash out a billion dollar investment? At least this buys time, it will take the press an hour to get here.
I wouldn't count on it.
Evan Mc Cormack
I'm counting on you to take care of the goddamn press. Now you do your job and I'll do mine.
The end credits run in total silence. See more
Somewhere In Between
by Stephen Bishop See more