The 15th annual Tribeca Film Festival ended with a bang, with a 360-degree experience of a riveting 55-minute documentary called The Bomb, which was a splendid audio-visual spectacle!



The Bomb is a movie about the various threats of atomic warfare, and the assessment of the damage it has done in the past. Filled with panoramic shots of the Earth, President Ronald Reagan dismissing nuclear warfare and a documentation of North Korea’s nuclear bomb programs, this documentary has it all. To top it off, alternative synth band The Acid provided a live soundtrack for the same, a magical touch to a movie that looks pretty engaging, going by this snippet.

The Acid has uploaded the soundtrack on their SoundCloud page too, and you can check it out here!

The film is directed by Kevin Ford, Smriti Keshari, and Eric Schlosser.