In Them!, government and military officials work together to help combat the
nuclear attacks from the terrorizing ants. Dr. Medford explains that atomic testing in 1945
developed the dangerous mutant ants. Edmund Gwenn (Dr. Harold Medford) acts like an
Compare how the two films Gojira and Dr. Strangelove, deal with the dangers of
Gojira and Dr. Strangelove are two films produced in the mid-20th century and
depicted the dangers of atomic technology differently. From a viewers perspecti
In Dr. Strangelove, there was a war between the Russians and Americans in regards to
nuclear technology and there is prejudice that is taken into account while watching this film.
The politics of nationalism and perceived hatred of the enemy are thoroughl
Rhapsody In August is a story of a survivor of the 1945 bombing. This movie
focuses on the struggle of the country and the people of Japan after dropping of the atomic
bombs. Kane, the protagonist is silent about her past as a survivor, which is culturall
Them! and Rhapsody In August
Them! And Rhapsody In August, is how people deal with consequences of atomic power.
Write an essay that compares how the two films go about this.
The 1950s film Them! was released and the ants symbolized the Red Scare. In
Dr. Strangelove and Gojira represented two different perspectives of nuclear
technology. The bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki were analogous to the role of the
monster played in Gojira. The two films explained the dangers of atomic energy in different