Review of Trinity and Beyond (1995)

Moving picture, 92 minutes

The testing of atomic weapons, from a big stack of American TNT in preparation, to Chinese self-indulgence.

Populist. Overblown music and failure to demonstrate the effects on humans, but if you want to hear William Shatner talk about the “demon locked within the very fabric of matter”, the narration is pretty good. Look for The Atomic Cafe (1982) first.

moving picture non-fiction