The Day the Earth Caught Fire
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  • Eco Apocalypse Now
Synopsis An apocalyptic sci-fi movie set against the backdrop of London, U.K. in 1961 when the Cold War was at its peak. It reflects the rampant fear of the arms race and nuclear weapons tests of the times. The protagonist who is a journalist is investigating the extreme heat wave when he uncovers the fact that the nuclear weapons tests that the Soviet Union and the U.S. had conducted simultaneously have pushed Earth out of orbit. Earth is overheated and the human race is in danger of burning to death. Scientists set off even more nuclear bombs to alter Earth’s orbit and marshal law is proclaimed worldwide. This underrated disaster movie is a dramatic expression of a situation where an abnormal climate brings about a crisis for the human race.
Val GUEST 발 게스트
He began his career as an actor on the British stage and in early sound films. His directing career includes the science-fiction classics including The Abominable Snowman and The Day the Earth Caught Fire.
Director Val GUEST
Country UK
Year 1961
Running Time 100min
Genre Fiction
  • Korean Premiere
Screening Schedule
  • DC12
Print Sources
NameTamasa Distribution
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