An Inside Look at the Film

Pedro Moctezuma, descendant of Aztec Emperor Montezuma, discusses water rights with Jake Anderson.

Guyci Denisse Partida and Professor Joshua Torres Sandoval discuss countries who share a border with a nuclear state.

Lizzie Ayton enjoys a conversation with Beatrice Fihn, executive director of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons.

Jake Anderson Converses with Ira Helfand, co-founder of Physicians for Social Responsibility and recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize.

Newe Sogobia, homeland of the Western Shoshone Nation. Also the Nevada Test Site where over 900 nuclear devices have been detonated, making the Shoshone Nation one of the most bombed nation on Earth. 

Spiritual elder of the Shoshone Nation Johnny Bobb sings in the sunrise across from the entrance to the Nevada test site

Tim Wright of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons discusses the United Nation's treaty on the prohibition of nuclear weapons which was adopted in 2017 by a vote of 122 nations in favor.

Lizzie Ayton and Sarah Rodruigez at the Women's march to ban the bomb in NYC

A Visual Haiku on Hiroshima

The Shoshone Walk

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