In My Lifetime: A Presentation of The Nuclear World Project
In My Lifetime: A Presentation of The Nuclear World Project is intended to inform and educate
all generations, based on a four year sojourn with deep research and filming,
telling the story of the complex realities of nuclear weapons. Weaving
together narrative voices, highly visual contemporary and historical scenes
with an original music underscore, this feature length documentary reflects
the ongoing struggle of the sixty five year journey in the race to rid the
world of the most destructive weapon ever invented by humankind, before it is
ever used again. The only two nuclear weapons used in war resulted in over
240,000 human beings losing their lives on August 6, 1945 in Hiroshima and in
Nagasaki on August 9, 1945. As the survivors, known as hibakushau, sing in the
film “We don’t want any more hibakushua in this whole wide world, people
would you please hear us”.
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