Nuclear Now

Explores the possibility for the global community to overcome challenges like climate change and reach a brighter future through the power of nuclear energy.

  • Released: 2023-04-28
  • Runtime: 106 minutes
  • Genre: Documentaries
  • Stars:
  • Director: Oliver Stone
  • rathat - 29 March 2024
    No documentary. Advertisement.
    Nuclear energy is all in all very expensive. No nuclear power plant is insured because the risks are so high that the insurance will cost more than what's the income. With the nuclear waste you need to find a place where you can secure store this for million of years. That costs billions in the near future and thousands of billions in the next thousands of years. And last but not least has a nuclear power plant a planed runtime. After, the takedown is more expensive than the building because all is radioactive. When not highly subsidised (like all powerplants from the 60s to the 80s) one kWh will cost 1-2 Dollar. Who wants to pay this? This film is pure advertisement for the nuclear power companies.
  • safelton_11 - 12 June 2023
    Very good documentary; global warming is not correct
    I liked the documentary a lot, except the hysteria and the urgency about man-made climate change, a farce. I am surprised Mr. Stone hasn't researched the latter more thoroughly. I have studied the subject for many years, and it's bs, and the fake heroism of the "save the planet" nonsense is ridiculous and insulting. Still, this is a very good documentary.

    I must write a longer review, so I'll add a bit more. I have also studied nuclear power for a long time, and I am not certain this is the way to "save" the world, but again, the documentary makes a very good case for it. The visuals are really great.