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Sheffield Indymedia
Life in the 'Polygon' - where 456 nuclear weapons were tested by the USSR
Antony Butts
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The Q&A session following a screening of 'After The Apocalypse' at the Showroom Cinema in Sheffield on 6th July 2011.

A documentary about a pregnant woman's battle to keep her unborn baby against the wishes of a hostile medical profession, in Kazakhstan.

Bibigul is a young pregnant woman with what local doctors call a "frightful, defected face." She is the daughter of Biken, a deformed survivor of a Cold War experiment where 456 nuclear weapons were secretly tested on the population of Semipalatinsk, Kazakhstan.
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00:36:40 1 July 6, 2011
The Showroom Cinema, Sheffield, UK
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