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Genie in a Bottle Unleashed(2)

 Two 13 year old students created an award winning film on the Manhattan Project and the decision to drop the atomic bomb on Japan. In this film, they interview Nobel Prize winners, the mayor of Hiroshima, and other key people.
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 Two 13 year-old students created an award-winning film on the Manhattan Project and the decision to drop the atomic bomb on Japan. In this film, they interview Nobel Prize winners, the mayor of Hiroshima, and other key people. Viewing this video will give students a good understanding of this difficult topic, and they can see how a summer film project can become much more. When presented at the UN, the film got a standing ovation and an encore showing.

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