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Last Best Chance
was produced with support from the Nuclear Threat Initiative, with additional funding from the Carnegie Corporation of New York and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation

This film is based on facts.

Some events depicted may have already happened.

Some may be happening now.

All may happen in the near future if we don't act now to prevent them.

Read a wtop.com story about the film by WTOP Reporter J. J. Green

Read a New Yorker column about the film.

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Work to secure nuclear weapons and materials remains dangerously slow. Read a report by Harvard experts.

Learn more. Sam Nunn calls Graham Allison’s book Nuclear Terrorism: The Ultimate Preventable Catastrophe "essential reading”

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What They're Saying About
Last Best Chance

Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett told his shareholders to watch Last Best Chance, calling it “a fictional but not fanciful” scenario.

 

“Last Best Chance can increase awareness of the global nuclear terrorism threat. The war on terrorism will not be won until every nuclear stockpile, wherever it may be in the world, is secured and accounted for to stringent and transparent standards.”
–Senator Richard Lugar (R-IN)

 

“When people are moving too slowly to respond to a danger, one option is to make it more vivid. Seeing the danger is the first step to reducing the risk.”
—Ted Turner, co-chairman of the Nuclear Threat Initiative

 

“A wake-up call for America and the world. We need an all-out effort to lock up weapons-grade nuclear material scattered throughout dozens of countries around the world. If we act now, we can protect the American people and prevent disaster.”
—9/11 Commission Chair and Vice Chair, Thomas H. Kean and Lee H. Hamilton