Time Bombs

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Time Bombs
Directed by Guylaine Maroist
Éric Ruel[1]
Produced by Guylaine Maroist
Éric Ruel[1]
Narrated by Vlasta Vrána
Réal Bossé
Cinematography Steeve Desrosiers
Douglas Munro
Jean-François Perreault
Edited by Éric Ruel
Production
company
Productions de la ruelle inc.
Country Canada Canada
Language English

Time Bombs is a 2008 Canadian film produced by "Productions de la ruelle".

Synopsis[edit]

In the spring of 1957, 40 young Canadian soldiers were sent to Nevada on a top secret mission. These young men did not know they would be used as guinea pigs in the most important nuclear testing program of the Cold War. The American military wanted to know how the average soldier would hold up on a nuclear battlefield.

With absolutely no knowledge of the effects of radiation, the young men played war games, sometimes less than 1,000 yards (910 m) away from exploding nuclear weapons — bombs as much as four times more powerful than the bomb dropped on Hiroshima on August 6, 1945. The effects were devastating. Many of the men fell gravely ill, and some of their children were born with deformities or handicaps.

The controversial operation has never received official recognition from the Canadian government. 50 years after the tests, Time Bombs follows the Atomic Veterans in their quest for recognition from the government.

Technical information[edit]

  • Production

Les Productions de la ruelle inc.

  • Producers

Guylaine Maroist and Éric Ruel

  • Directors

Guylaine Maroist and Éric Ruel

  • Original idea

Pierre Brisson et Véronique Morin

  • Voice over

Vlasta Vrana and Réal Bossé

  • Director of photography

Steeve Desrosiers, Douglas Munro, c.s.c. and Jean-François Perreault

  • Visual mixing

Éric Ruel

  • Sound editing

Louis Dupire and Eric Ruel

  • Sound mixing

Jean-Paul Vialard, ONF

  • Scenario

Guylaine Maroist

  • Research

Pierre Brisson, Guylaine Maroist and Véronique Morin

  • Visual research

Ginette Beauchemin and Éric Ruel[2]

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