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    The China Syndrome

    A news reporter and her cameraman are unintentional witnesses to a SCRAM incident, an emergency core shutdown procedure at a nuclear power plant in California. Something is terribly wrong at the plant, but itsĀ ownersĀ are more interested in finances and public relations, and cover the entire matter up.
    Duration: 122 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 1979
    IMDb: 7.4
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  • Actors of "The China Syndrome"

  • Characters of "The China Syndrome"

    Kimberly Wells. Character of The China Syndrome
    Played by: Jane Fonda
    Jack Godell. Character of The China Syndrome
    Played by: Jack Lemmon
    Richard Adams. Character of The China Syndrome
    Herman De Young. Character of The China Syndrome
    Played by: Scott Brady
    Bill Gibson. Character of The China Syndrome
    Played by: James Hampton
    Don Jacovich. Character of The China Syndrome
    Played by: Peter Donat
    Ted Spindler. Character of The China Syndrome
    Evan McCormack. Character of The China Syndrome
    Played by: Richard Herd
    Hector Salas. Character of The China Syndrome
    Played by: Daniel Valdez
    Pete Martin. Character of The China Syndrome
    Played by: Stan Bohrman
    Mac Churchill. Character of The China Syndrome
    Played by: James Karen
    Greg Minor. Character of The China Syndrome
    Played by: Michael Alaimo
    Dr. Lowell. Character of The China Syndrome
    Played by: Donald Hotton
    Marge. Character of The China Syndrome
    Played by: Khalilah Ali
    D.B. Royce. Character of The China Syndrome
    Played by: Paul Larson
    Barney. Character of The China Syndrome
    Played by: Ron Lombard
    Tommy. Character of The China Syndrome
    Played by: Tom Eure
    Borden. Character of The China Syndrome
    Donny. Character of The China Syndrome
    Played by: Daniel Lewk
    Holt. Character of The China Syndrome
    Played by: Allan Chinn
    Control Guard. Character of The China Syndrome
    Played by: Martin Fiscoe
    TV Director. Character of The China Syndrome
    Played by: Alan Kaul
    Technical Director. Character of The China Syndrome
    News Reporter. Character of The China Syndrome
    Sportscaster. Character of The China Syndrome
    Played by: Reuben Collins
    Mort. Character of The China Syndrome
    Hatcher. Character of The China Syndrome
    Played by: Lewis Arquette
    Rita Jacovich. Character of The China Syndrome
    Played by: Rita Taggart
    Harmon. Character of The China Syndrome
    Played by: James Hall
    Waitress. Character of The China Syndrome
    Alma Spindler. Character of The China Syndrome
    Played by: Trudy Lane
    Woman at Demonstration. Character of The China Syndrome
    Played by: Betty Harford
    Pro-Nuclear Witness. Character of The China Syndrome
    Played by: Al Baietti
    Sasha. Character of The China Syndrome
    Young Demonstrator. Character of The China Syndrome
    Played by: Darrell Larson
    Gate Guard. Character of The China Syndrome
    Played by: Roger Pancake
    Security Agent. Character of The China Syndrome
    Played by: Joe Lowry
    Fire Rescue. Character of The China Syndrome
    Jaws of Life. Character of The China Syndrome
    Played by: Dennis Barker
    Highway Patrolman. Character of The China Syndrome
    Played by: Joseph Garcia
    Jim. Character of The China Syndrome
    Played by: James Kline
  • Directors of "The China Syndrome"

    James Bridges. Director of The China Syndrome
    James Bridges
    Birthdate: 3 February 1936, Paris, Arkansas, USA
  • Creators of "The China Syndrome"

    Mike Gray. Director of The China Syndrome
    Mike Gray
    Birthdate: 26 October 1935, Racine, Wisconsin, USA
    T.S. Cook. Director of The China Syndrome
    T.S. Cook
    Birthdate: 25 August 1947, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "The China Syndrome"

    Chicago Reader
    March 27, 2009

    A tightly assembled didactic thriller.

    Variety
    March 26, 2009

    A moderately compelling thriller about the potential perils of nuclear energy, whose major fault is an overweening sense of its own self-importance.

    Time Out
    June 24, 2006

    All a bit too earnest, despite the seriousness of the subject, with Fonda setting her jaw and stepping into father's footsteps as Tinseltown's very own protector of humanity; but it's tightly scripted and directed, and genuinely tense in places.

    Chicago Sun-Times
    October 23, 2004

    A terrific thriller that incidentally raises the most unsettling questions about how safe nuclear power plants really are.

    New York Times
    May 20, 2003

    The three stars are splendid, but maybe Miss Fonda is just a bit more than that. Her performance is not that of an actress in a star's role, but that of an actress creating a character that happens to be major within the film.

    Common Sense Media
    May 05, 2014

    Scary, absorbing thriller predicts risks of nuclear power.

    Parallax View
    March 25, 2011

    What we must quarrel with is the heartless, devious, and appallingly manipulative manner in which the authors of the film have drawn their good-guys-and-bad-guys battlelines ...

    Film4
    March 27, 2009

    The film is one of those rare modern thrillers that manages to combine fantastic acting and intelligent dialogue with real, heart-stopping suspense.

    TV Guide
    March 27, 2009

    Not a comforting film, but an undeniably potent one.

    Ozus' World Movie Reviews
    January 30, 2009

    It's an exciting and worthwhile old-fashioned thriller about the dangers of a nuclear power accident.

    eFilmCritic.com
    April 09, 2007

    File this one under 'Hasn't Aged Well.'

    Los Angeles Alternative
    March 25, 2006

    Crackling drama about TV reporter (Jane Fonda) investigating a coverup at a faulty nuclear reactor, and pressing upon conflicted technician played by the first-rate Jack Lemmon to go public with the story.

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