Fukushima Fallout Awareness Network Presents – Meet Directors of SOS, The Movie

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Filmed over 12 years, SOS – the San Onofre Syndrome: Nuclear Power’s Legacy chronicles how southern California residents organized to force the shutdown of a leaking nuclear reactor, only to be horrified when confronted by tons of intensely radioactive waste being stored on site 100 ft. from the rising Pacific Ocean.  The shocking reality they face of highly corrosive radioactivity lethal for millions of years placed in short-term containers, is compounded by the realization that this ‘syndrome’ is shared by the 93 other nuclear reactors across the United States and in many other countries.  When these canisters holding the waste fail, they will fail everywhere!  SOS presents alternatives.

Filmmakers Jim Heddle and Mary Beth Brangan, Producer, are the featured special guests who directed the film along with Morgan Peterson, who also edited.

They join Libbe Halevy (Nuclear Hotseat) and Kimberly Roberson (Fukushima Fallout Awareness Network) to discuss SOS, the groundbreaking and award-winning documentary. Connections between the triple meltdowns from Fukushima Daiichi and San Onofre are highlighted in a 12 min. excerpt from the film.  

Kim includes important action steps for people to protect and defend our food supply from radioactive contamination and to protect public health.

 

For more information: 

Fukushima Fallout Awareness Network

Fukushima Fallout Awareness Network