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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Today, only a handful of people know what it means... Soon you will know.
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Did You Know?
The first script for the film was written in the mid-1970 Michael Douglas
initially wanted to produce this film immediately after One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
(1975). Jack Lemmon
agreed to play his role as early as 1976. Douglas was enormously grateful to Lemmon as he remained ready to start work at very short notice for over a year before production started and in the process cost himself a lot of other work. To return the favor, Douglas amended the shooting schedule to allow Lemmon to attend rehearsals for the Broadway stage play of Tribute
(1980) which Lemmon would later star in the film version. See more
During the initial plant tour, when the group gets into the elevator to the control room, the elevator buttons are clearly labeled various numbers between 1 and 120. It's unlikely that there are 120 floors in a nuclear power plant and more likely that the panel was just a recycled prop. 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
Referenced in FantastiCozzi
Somewhere In Between
by Stephen Bishop See more