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The atomic cafe

This collage film focuses on the 40's and 50's, showing clips of soldiers wearing sunglasses going into areas devastated by nuclear detonation and suburban families practicing using their bomb shelters. An entertaining look at how we got where we are.

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  • "This collage film focuses on the 40's and 50's, showing clips of soldiers wearing sunglasses going into areas devastated by nuclear detonation and suburban families practicing using their bomb shelters. An entertaining look at how we got where we are."@en
  • "A hilarious, chilling, and sarcastic look at Cold War atom bomb hysteria composed of bits and pieces of propaganda films, newsreels, popular songs, and defense training films."
  • "A hilarious, chilling, and sarcastic look at Cold War atom bomb hysteria composed of bits and pieces of propaganda films, newsreels, popular songs, and defense training films."@en
  • ""Les Etats-Unis. La guerre froide. Un pays qui, des abris anti-atomiques à la propagande gouvernementale, transforme ses citoyens en véritables paranoïaques, réfractaires à tout ce qui ne porte pas le label "made in USA"! "The Atomic Café" est un portrait à la fois effrayant et hilarant."
  • ""A compilation of archival film clips beginning with the first atomic bomb detonation in the New Mexico desert. The footage, much of it produced as government propaganda, follows the story of the bomb through the two atomic attacks on Japan that ended World War II to the bomb's central role in the cold war. Shown along with the famous 'duck and cover' Civil Defense films are lesser-known clips, many of which possess a bizarre black humor when seen today"--Amazon.com. The footage is accompanied by contemporary music about the nuclear age."@en
  • "The possibility of an atomic bomb attack deeply affected people's lives and thoughts for several decades. Shown here is how broadly this idea became a part of the culture."
  • "A collection of scenes focusing on the 1940's and 50's when we learned the word "A-bomb" and Little Caesar's "Atomic love" was a hit song."@en
  • "Compendium of American pro-nuclear propaganda from newsreels, educational material, military footage, advertisements, television shows and pop songs from the Cold War period."
  • "Assemblage de documents de l'après-guerre traitant de la bombe atomique."
  • "A collection of "bits and pieces of propaganda films, newsreels, popular songs, and civil defense and training films" which depict how ordinary Americans of the '40s and '50s reacted to atomic power and the threat of nuclear war."@en
  • "A hilarious, chilling, and sarcastic look at Cold War atom bomb hysteria composed of bits and pieces of propoganda films, newsreels, popular songs, and defense training films."@en
  • "Recounts a defining period of 20th century history. This is a reminder of cold-war era paranoia in the United States. Presented through a collage of newsreel footage, government archives, military training films, and fifties music. Craftily captures a panicked nation, when fall-out shelter, duck-and-cover drills, and government propaganda were all part of our social consciousness."@en
  • ""Disturbing collection of 1940s and 1950s United States government issued propaganda films designed to reassure Americans that the atomic bomb was not a threat to their safety." IMDB."
  • "A collage of scenes culled from newsreel footage and government archives of the 1940's and 1950's. Focuses on American concern about nuclear war, and on various more or less ineffectual hypothetical approaches to dealings with nuclear devastation. A unique documentary about Cold War paranoia over the bomb."@en
  • ""Montage d'archives civiles et militaires américaines des années 40 et 50 concernant la bombe atomique. Films de propagande, émissions de radio et de télévision, dessins animés, documentaires sur Hiroshima et Nagasaki et sur les expériences nucléaires, bomb songs, montrent comment, dans le contexte de la guerre contre le Japon et, plus tard, dans le cadre du maccarthysme et de la guerre froide, les responsables politiques et militaires américains ont tenté de convaincre l'opinion publique de la nécessité de développer l'arme nucléaire. L'absence de commentaires, l'alternance d'images drôles et tragiques favorisent la réflexion souhaitée par les auteurs."
  • "A collage-film focusing on the 1940's and 50's when we learned the word "A-Bomb", when Little Caeser's "Atomic Love" was a hit song, and when soldiers wearing sunglasses were sent into areas devastated by nuclear detonation. It is an alternately frightening and entertaining look at how we got where we are."@en
  • "A documentary exploration of the United States government's propaganda promoting the atomic bomb. Relies on film clips of the 1940's and 1950's, including bits and pieces of propoganda films, newsreels, popular songs, and defense training films."
  • "A documentary exploration of the United States government's propaganda promoting the atomic bomb. Relies on film clips of the 1940's and 1950's, including bits and pieces of propoganda films, newsreels, popular songs, and defense training films."@en
  • "This collage film focuses on the 40's and 50's, showing clips of soldiers wearing sunglasses going into areas devastated by nuclear detonation and suburban families practicing using their bomb shelters. An ironic, entertaining look at how we got where we are."
  • "Dokumentarfilm über die öffentliche Wahrnehmung und staatliche Darstellung der Atombombe in den USA der 1940er und 1950er Jahren."
  • "Ammirevole esempio di controinformazione, costato più di 5 anni di ricerche e di lavoro, è un film di montaggio senza una parola di commento che traccia la mappa dei modi e delle tecniche di propaganda con cui dal '45 al '60 il governo e i mass media indottrinarono gli americani, insegnando a non preoccuparsi e ad amare la Bomba (atomica). (Morandini)."@it
  • "A collection of scenes focusing on the concern about nuclear war in the 1940's and 50's."@en
  • "A painstakingly researched and brillantly edited compendium of pro-nuclear propaganda from American newsreels, 'educational' material, military footage, advertisements, TV shows and pop songs. This was the Cold War at its most icy and all-pervasive, and no area of American popular culture seems to have escaped from its bitter ideological grip. This veritable flood of bizarre, horrifying and often ludicrously comic images is counterpointed on the soundtrack by an array of equally extraordinary songs. Explains, through archival footage, American use of the atom bomb from Hiroshima to the Cold War, and the propaganda and misinformation surrounding it. Also looks at the social and political effects of the atom bomb on 20th century America."@en
  • "One of the defining documentaries of the 20th centry, this film offers a darkly humorous glimpse into mid-century America, an era rife with paranoia, anxiety, and misapprehension. Whimsical and yet razor-sharp, this timeless clasic illuminates the often comic paradoxes of life in the "Atomic Age," while also exhibiting a genuine nostalgia for an earlier and more innocent nation."
  • "One of the defining documentaries of the 20th centry, this film offers a darkly humorous glimpse into mid-century America, an era rife with paranoia, anxiety, and misapprehension. Whimsical and yet razor-sharp, this timeless clasic illuminates the often comic paradoxes of life in the "Atomic Age," while also exhibiting a genuine nostalgia for an earlier and more innocent nation."@en
  • "Montage d'archives civiles et militaires américaines des années 1940 et 1950 concernant la bombe atomique. Films de propagande, émissions de radio et de télévision, dessins animés, documentaires sur Hiroshima et Nagasaki et sur les expériences nucléaires, bomb songs, montrent comment, dans le contexte de la guerre contre le Japon et, plus tard, dans le cadre du maccarthysme et de la guerre froide, les responsables politiques et militaires américains ont tenté de convaincre l'opinion publique de la nécessité de développer l'armement nucléaire. L'absence de commentaire, l'alternance d'images drôles et tragiques favorisent la réflexion souhaitée par les auteurs : "De nos jours, écrivait Jayne Loader, les gens s'interdisent, par un système d'autodéfense bien ancré, d'envisager la possibilité d'une guerre nucléaire, car cela les effraie. Ce que nous avons tenté de faire, c'est de les rendre un peu plus sceptiques sur ce qu'ils entendent à ce sujet." (Résumé de la jaquette)."
  • "America's attitude about the bomb in the 40's and 50's is characterized through a collection of scenes from propaganda and education films of that time."@en
  • "A Chillingly humorous compilation of newsreels and Government films of the 1940's and 1950's that show America's preoccupation with the Atomic bomb. includes the training film "duck and cover" Which tells what to do in the event of An actual bombing."@en
  • "Montage d'archives civiles et militaires américaines des années 1940 et 1950 concernant la bombe atomique. Films de propagande, émissions de radio et de télévision, dessins animés, documentaires sur Hiroshima et Nagasaki et sur les expériences nucléaires, bomb songs, montrent comment, dans le contexte de la guerre contre le Japon et, plus tard, dans le cadre du maccarthysme et de la guerre froide, les responsables politiques et militaires américains ont tenté de convaincre l'opinion publique de la nécessité de développer l'armement nucléaire."
  • "Presents a hilarious, chilling, and sarcastic look at Cold War atom bomb hysteria. Painstakingly composed of bits and pieces of propaganda films, newsreels, pop songs, and civil defense and training films, it reveals a painfully ignorant and fearful American public."@en
  • "A painstakingly researched and brilliantly edited compendium of pro-nuclear propaganda from American newsreels, 'educational' material, military footage, advertisements, TV shows and pop songs taken from the Cold War through to Vietnam."@en

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