I saw this screened in San Jose, CA, completely unsure what to expect. What I discovered was an extremely thoughtful approach to a terrifying subject. The issue of nuclear armaments is not dead, and it is dangerously unstable. While it might be easy to make a film that basically runs through the streets yelling "fire!" on such a topic, the film takes a much more nuanced approach. Certainly it delivers it's moments of dread (forest fires approaching nuclear storage?!). But also has elements of humor and pathos. I would recommend this film, especially to anyone that feels like the nuclear weapon problem is in the past. It ain't just loose nukes that are a worry.
Also, this film was made before the Fukushima reactor disaster. It's relevance did not take long to be proven.