|Director||David L. Brown|
|Writers||David L. Brown
|Awards||1992 San Francisco International Film Festival|
|Plot||BOUND BY THE WIND is a portrait of the enormous human costs of the Cold War nuclear arms race as well as the secrecy, negligence and deceit which characterized the superpowers' nuclear testing programs. The documentary is structured around the dramatic stories of several down-winders from the United States, the former Soviet Union and the South Pacific who have become committed activists in the global movement to achieve a comprehensive ban on nuclear testing. The film interweaves the down-winders' stories of fallout, deception, birth defects and cancer with the relevant historical events, archival footage and analysis from activists, experts and government officials. It also documents some of the major legal fights for justice and compensation over the health damage caused by nuclear testing.... see Bound by the Wind on IMDb|
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