The film describes an accident while transportation of nuclear material near a German village. Most of the inhabitant are contaminated and will eventually die through the film.
The scenario is not to realistic and the whole film smells like low budget. If you want to get good fiction concerning what would happen to men and society in comparable situations you should watch "The Day After". But if you get your hand on the DVD, the extra material contains an one hour discussion in German television that was broadcasted after the film and that is interesting not only because of it's relevance for nuclear problems but also as a historical document of good old German television discussions. You won't find something like that today.
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