Bikini: Forbidden Paradise (1995) - Watch Online. Directed by William Livingston

Genres Documentary    
Director    
Writers Jeanne Rawlings
Country USA
Language English
Runtime 50 min
Plot In 1946, war ships that made up "the fifth largest fleet in the world" were brought together to be the guinea pigs of multiple nuclear bomb tests after World War II. In 1994, a film crew returned to the ravaged island of Bikini to understand the consequences of multiple bombing on the once beautiful island. How had the Bikinian people -who were asked to leave their idyllic homeland - changed in nearly half-a-century? The documentary follows them, the Bikini King who longs to return, and a National Park Service dive team who explore the war-torn ghost ships in search of a way for the Bikinians to "return to their beloved island".... search for Bikini: Forbidden Paradise on IMDb

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    Directed by William Livingston. In 1946, war ships that made up "the fifth largest fleet in the world" were brought together to be the guinea pigs of multiple nuclear bomb tests after World War II. In 1994, a film crew ...

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