Robert Stone's Documentary, Pandora's Promise, is now available on iTunes. It was shown in theaters all over the world, but rather a limited number of theaters-- not everyone was able to see it. Now you can see it, own it, get some friends together to watch it!
Here's a link to Pandora's Promise on iTunes.
Pandora's Promise is about the promise of nuclear energy. It stars active environmentalists who learned more about nuclear energy, and now support it. A review by Cal Abel on the iTunes website includes this summary:
The people he (director Stone) chose to show in the movie didn't change their values. They changed their understanding.
Understanding nuclear power means realizing that it is indeed the promise for an abundant world in the future. Here's an earlier post of mine, just after I saw a screening in June. I talk about environmentalists who have their eyes open, and some who have deliberately kept their eyes completely closed. Pandora's Promise does not expect people to suddenly be convinced that nuclear energy is wonderful, but it DOES effectively start a conversation.
Now everyone can see this movie!
Once again, the link to Pandora's Promise on iTunes!
And just for fun, once again, the trailer