Perfect Disasters (2006– )
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Solar Storm 

Solar Storm forms part of the "Perfect Disaster" Series made by Impossible Pictures for Discovery US. The film explores the science and emergency management behind what would happen if a ... See full summary »

Director:

Gareth Edwards

Writers:

Sara Kenney (as Sara Cropley), Michael McKinley (drama co-writer) | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Dana Bird Dana Bird ... TV Reporter
Keith Arthur Bolden ... Mayoral Assistant
Louis Bottino Louis Bottino ... Fire Chief (as Lou Bottino)
John Coloe John Coloe ... Himself
Eric Feliciano ... Riot Police
John Foster John Foster ... Himself (as Dr John Foster)
John Kappenman John Kappenman ... Himself
Peak Kwinarian Peak Kwinarian ... David Cross
Jacques Maroun Jacques Maroun ... Mayor's Adviser
Christopher L. McAllister ... NYC Chief of Police
Derek Michalak ... Vitalli
Irwin Redlener Irwin Redlener ... Himself (as Dr Irwin Redlener)
Charlene Tosca Rees Charlene Tosca Rees ... Mayor
Antonio Saillant ... Plant Engineer
Steven Scarpetti Steven Scarpetti ... Peter Wright
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Storyline

Solar Storm forms part of the "Perfect Disaster" Series made by Impossible Pictures for Discovery US. The film explores the science and emergency management behind what would happen if a massive solar storm were to hit New York and the rest of the world. The film cuts between drama and documentary and uses Visual Effects to portray this 'what if' scenario. Written by Anonymous

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Documentary

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Details

Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

19 March 2006 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

New York, USA

Company Credits

Production Co:

Impossible Pictures See more »
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Technical Specs

Color:

Color
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Goofs

The solar storm takes place in November and the events are centered around New York City, and at the beginning, when the satellite falls into Central Park and the police are roping off the area, we are told it's 5:30am. Yet the sun is already up. In November, the sun wouldn't rise in New York City until well after 7am. See more »

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