This French made science fiction is a welcome addition to the genre and was tough to find for awhile. (68) A thought provoking, downbeat well acted tale of the last survivors of a nuclear holocaust.
At first it seems that only one family of three, the husband (Philippe Le Roy) slowly dying of radiation sickness, his earthy wife (Irene Papas) and pubescent son are the only survivors on a small coastal pocket of the Mediterranean.
Finally a nice print of this classic Hammer directed by John Gilling.
The British army fights off rampaging locals in 1850's India.
She seeks help from 'Liberty' the enemy of 'The Consortium', but 'Liberty' is wiped out.