Greystones Film Club: Atomic Hope

Atomic Hope (Ireland/UK/12A/82mins) For decades, nuclear power has been the devil, but today, there’s a growing call to put this carbon-free energy source back on the table. And they’re quick to point out that a normal, everday banana is more radioactive than living near a nuclear plant for a year.

Talking to those at the forefront of this new, controversial movement, Irish director Frankie Fenton (It’s Not Yet Dark) explores the arguments for and against nuclear power in a brave and important documentary that dares to go against the organic, free range wholegrain.

The screening will be followed by a Q&A with the filmmaker.

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