Friday A/V Club: A Soviet Filmmaker Adapts a Post-Apocalyptic Ray Bradbury Story
Forget The Day After. This is the great nuclear-war movie of the early '80s.
Forget The Day After. The great nuclear-war movie of the early '80s is this 10-minute take on Ray Bradbury's "There Will Come Soft Rains":
The film was made by Nazim Tulyakhodzayev—a Soviet director—in 1984, giving the picture a foothold on both sides of the Cold War.
Bonus link: That time the FBI thought Bradbury might be a Communist.
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