SOS: Nuclear power’s chilling legacy

SOS movie

The San Onofre Syndrome (SOS), more than a decade in the making, had its world premiere on October 8 and won the Awareness Film Festival’s Documentary Feature Grand Jury Award (out of 100 documentary entries.) This is a great honor and bodes well for the future reach of the film. Many more screenings are being planned across the country including screenings at the International Uranium Film Festival (IUFF). As part of this Festival, SOS will screen in Rio De Janeiro, Berlin and 18 U.S. cities next year.

Amidst a coastal paradise, SOS chronicles a community’s victory over leaking reactors, only to confront a chilling reality – deadly radioactive waste stranded next to a rising sea.

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