FEAR [I LIVE IN FEAR]
[ AKA RECORD OF A LIVING BEING ]
DIRECTOR: Akira Kurosawa
Old foundry owner in post WWII Japan lives in fear of the next nuclear strike. He should be afraid of his Westernized family who want him judged insane so they can get his money. Instead of moving his clan to the safety of South America he ends up in a locked psych ward.
ATOMIC HYGIENE: Cold War Short Films
COMMUNITY SHELTER PLANNING
While many film scholars may point to Gene Hackman's break-out role in 1967's BONNIE AND CLYDE as the cinematic vehicle that molded him into the kind of thespian that INSIDE THE ACTORS STUDIO host James Lipton salivates over, CONELRAD has discovered another role that no doubt made him the performer he is today: "Regional Field Officer" in 1966's COMMUNITY SHELTER PLANNING, a government civil defense film. Yes, the future Popeye Doyle once appeared in an atomic safety film.
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