Mad Max: A Post Apocalyptic World

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Since the creation of the atomic bomb, in World War II, many people lived in fear withthe threat of a nuclear war hanging just over their heads. Many people panicked, with the terrorof a looming danger right on their doorstep, but there were a few that looked past the scare andused their imagination to fuel a new age of entertainment. Now, people all over the world are nolonger distressed by the thought of a nuclear war. Instead, now, people imagine the possibilitiesof a post apocalyptic world set just after a nuclear war. Many writers and directors have tried tocreate this dreadful vision, and some have accomplished it. George Miller succeeded when hecreated the unimaginable hell in Mad Max.In 1979, Mad Max was first released to theaters and
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