What You NEVER Knew About 'Oppenheimer' Japanese Perspective Uncovered

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J. Robert Oppenheimer's life was portrayed in Christopher Nolan's "Oppenheimer" as epic.

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Yet the film never showed the deadly weapon used on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

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Many movie buffs were divided by this decision, including Spike Lee, who admired Nolan but wished that the Japanese people had received more attention.

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Lee thinks Oppenheimer had influence and could have decided how the movie would have gone.

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Lee made assumptions about Nolan's future with regard to a picture by another director.

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Implying that he would make same observations about his own productions. 

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Because of technological constraints and J. Robert Oppenheimer's restricted access to military intelligence.

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Nolan, who is frequently reticent to address topics and artistic decisions, explained why he decided not to depict the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings.

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