A calmly infuriating look at an environmental nightmare that will have many viewers wondering "why haven't I heard of this before?," Rebecca Cammisa's Atomic Homefront introduces the Missouri communities who claim the dubious honor of having some of the world's oldest atomic waste buried in their backyards. More straightforward and less muckraker-ish in tone than many similarly themed docs, the film lacks some of the cinematic punch that can help break through the noise of a thousand tales of governmental and corporate wrongdoing. But its dedicated interviewees make the subject's seriousness undeniable, and with luck, their cause will attract attention
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