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Film: Northwest Film Center Free Films
Thursday, October 11, 2007 - 7:00pm

Thu Oct 11 7:00 PM Whitsell Auditorium
US 2007 Director: STEVEN OKAZAKI
Even after 60 years, the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
continue to inspire argument, denial and myth. Featuring unforgettable
interviews with 14 atomic bomb survivors, many of whom have never
spoken publicly before, and four Americans intimately involved in the
bombings, Okazaki's film reveals both unimaginable suffering and
extraordinary human resilience and lessons we cannot afford to forget.
(86 min)

What: Northwest Film Center Free Films**
Format: 35mm
When: The week of October 8, 2007
Where: Northwest Film Center, 1219 SW Park Ave (Portland Art Museum)
**Admission: FREE for PSU students, faculty and staff with school ID

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