In the Dark of the Valley

2021

Documentary

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IMDb Rating 7.7 10 32

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Uploaded By: FREEMAN
December 23, 2021 at 07:42 PM

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720p.WEB
937.41 MB
1280*682
English 2.0
NR
29.97 fps
1 hr 41 min
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Reviewed by PeteB123 10 / 10

Total surprise.

This should have been shown on one of the major channels, not MSNBC. This is a big story. Never heard anything about the nuclear reactor leaks there, and of all the contamination problems with the Rocketdyne facility near Simi Valley. I knew a couple of people who worked there, and they had cancer. In fact, I wouldn't even have heard of this documentary if it weren't for me looking for a picture of Otto's Santa Susanna bar because I thought I saw it in a Wagon Train episode.

Reviewed by astazg-84625 7 / 10

IMPORTANT SUBJECT, UNFORTUNATE SOUND EXECUTION

This would have been a powerful documentary if only fully watchable, since a good portion of the interviews and presentations are muffled and barely audible, thanks to a hugely irritating loud music which drowned the most important parts.

Over 60 years after the Rocketdyne nuclear leak, a large portion of the NW San Fernando Valley area, about 30 miles from downtown Los Angeles, remains radioactive. The massive 2018 Woolsey fire only further contaminated the grounds, and spread out nuclear compounds and harmful chemicals. The clusters of rare cancers have been documented - in October 2006, the Santa Susana Field Laboratory Advisory Panel, made up of independent scientists and researchers from around the United States, concluded that based on available data and computer models, contamination at the facility resulted in an estimated 260 cancer related deaths.

The site's owner, the Boeing company, as well as NASA and several of the state's and federal regulatory agencies keep avoiding the responsibility, and are proposing only a partial cleanup which would leave about 84% of the ground contamination still present.

Reviewed by terroirmalibu 10 / 10

Powerful film

This was a very informative and powerful documentary. These situations are far too common. It's sad how many people in this world can turn a blind eye, even when presented with the truth. Unfortunately, I've found that most government workers from the ground up are lazy and incompetent. There must be something in their water.

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