Jacob’s review published on Letterboxd:
A short documentary film showcasing a soviet nuclear attack against Britain. It depicts real-life events but is fictionalized for television. There are moments that are so graphic that I couldn’t tell if it was fiction or real footage of the events that took place. There’s not much else to be said here as the film just shows the consequences and casualties of nuclear war and how innocent lives are the ones who pays for it. Very riveting 45 minutes of a subject that haunted many nations. “Silent Night” is the song playing during the aftermath and ending of the film which is very symbolic in a way.
Side Note: This has nothing to do with the film but I would like to address to my long time followers that have seen and read my ongoing reviews. As I’m in the middle of something with life that will limit me with free time and will be having me log less films than usual as I’m getting my life together while enjoying life outside of a screen. I’m at a crossroads at the moment and have to spend my time wisely but I’ll keep my word and try to at least log a film every day. I apologize in advance if I seem distant, just know I appreciate you all and have made great fellow movie lover friends that I plan on keeping. Thank you and happy watching!