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the china syndrome (1979)

I'd heard that this jane fonda thriller was anti-nuclear propaganda, but after watching it I'm here to say that it's not - it's anti-greed, anti-human corruption, a fascinating time capsure, a riveting account of what it's like to get on the wrong side of a powerful corporation, but more than anything, it's a great film. 


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