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ATOMIC MOM
ATOMIC MOM Rated: NR    Runtime: 80 mins.
Director In Person!

Atomic Mom is a feature length documentary about two women, both mothers, who have very different experiences of the atom bomb. One is the filmmaker's mother, Pauline Silvia, who was a Navy biologist in the early 1950's and was sent to the Nevada Test Site where she witnessed five detonations. After decades of silence, she is in a crisis of conscience about the work she did. The other woman is Emiko Okada, a Hiroshima survivor who was eight years old when the bomb was dropped. Knowing the work that Pauline did, Emiko offers her an olive branch with a beautifully potent message of peace. Director/Producer: M.T. Silvia.
Editor: Jennifer Chinlund. Cinematographers: Rick Butler & Kazushi Kuroda. US , 2010, 80 mins.

All proceeds to benefite THE FAMILY LINK

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