Kobayashi Maru

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Stirring but brief portrait of the 50 Japanese nuclear plant workers crawling in the darkness, exposing themselves to radiation, in desperate attempt to stave of nuclear meltdown.


Joshuah Bearman has written about CIA missions, jewel thieves, deranged private investigators, aspiring Fabios, bitter rivalry among dueling Santa Clauses, and the metaphysical implications of being the world's greatest Pac Man player. His article for Wired became the movie Argo. More from this author →