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“Enthralling . . . Unlike routine fantasies of this sort, it does not rest on imaginative images of destruction, although shots of a wind-blown empty city are awesome enough, but keeps to an essentially psychological exploration of the impact of loneliness, luxury for the asking, and the problem of survival.” – The N.Y. Herald Tribune
A man (Harry Belafonte), a woman (Inger Stevens) and a bigot (Mel Ferrer) roam the city of New York, deserted after a nuclear war.
- Genre Drama
- Director Ranald MacDougall
- Released 1959
- Runtime 1h 35m
- Rated Approved
- Studio MGM
- CountryUnited States
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