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6 April 1945, this is the same day when Japan saw two suns, one rising as usual and the other of destruction, on this day the nuclear attack on Hiroshima took place. About 90 percent i.e. 80 thousand people of the city died due to this attack. The Second World War was going on, and this was the first time in the world that an atomic bomb was used on a city.
Today is the 77th anniversary of the nuclear attack. America dropped a bomb named Little Boy on the Japanese city of Hiroshima, after the fall of this bomb, black rain started in the city as well as the surrounding areas. This rain also killed thousands of people, while many people were surrounded by strange diseases. Its traces are still present in Japan today. Even after 77 years, many people are still falling prey to strange diseases due to the radiation of this bomb. You will know all this by watching some movies based on nuclear attack. So let us tell you today about those films in which this nuclear attack and its aftermath have been brought to the public in the best way.
Fat Man and Little Boy
Released in 1989, the film is based on the Manhattan Project. The film tells about making the first nuclear bomb and attacking two cities during World War 2. The film is named after the two nuclear bombs that were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Franklin Conquers the World
Released in 1965, the film was produced by Ishiro Honda. The film has been told about the atomic attack in Hiroshima and the effect it had on a child. In the film, the child grows into a strange shape due to a nuclear attack. Through this film, the side effects of the nuclear attack on the bodies of the people living in Hiroshima have been shown very closely.
Rhapsody in August
Released in 1991, the film is based on the novel Nabe no Naka. The story of this film focuses on a woman and her four grandchildren. This woman loses her husband in the 1945 nuclear attack on Hiroshima. After which these elderly women are only her grandchildren in her life. This woman wants to meet her long lost brother before she dies. The story of the people struggling after the nuclear attack has been brought to the fore in the film.
Released in 2015, the film is produced by Alexandro Gómez Monteverde. The film is also named Little Boy after the bomb dropped on Hiroshima. The story of this film is based on a boy named Paper Flyer Busby, who is associated with this atomic bomb attack.
The Beginning and the End
The Beginning or the End, released in 1947, is a political documentary that tells behind-the-scenes events in the top-secret Manhattan Project. The film shows how the then US President Harry S Truman allowed the bombing of Hiroshima.
nuclear tipping point
Nuclear Tipping Point is a 2010 documentary film. At that time, the US and Russia had 95% of the world’s nuclear weapons. Whose number was about 20,000. The film narrates the work of four US government officials who were in office during the Cold War and wanted the world to stop using atomic bombs. This documentary describes the efforts of those officers to prevent a nuclear attack. Apart from this, this attack and the situation before and after this attack have also been shown well in documentaries like ‘The Bomb’, White Light-Black Rain: The Destruction of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, The Moment in Time: The Manhattan Project, TWICE .