The Day After (1983)

The President's Speech

Survivors listen to a speech from the President over the radio, but Aldo (Stephen Furst) is frustrated by the lack of details.

Directed by Nicholas Meyer.

Released in 1983 by MGM.

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  • character-type: President
  • character-type: Scientist
  • character-type: Victim
  • character-type: Nurse
  • action: Listen
  • action: Argue
  • editors-choice: Patriotic Scenes
  • editors-choice: Inspirational Speeches
  • editors-choice: Monologues
  • primary-genre: Sci-Fi and Fantasy
  • primary-genre: Action and Adventure
  • primary-genre: Special Interest
  • secondary-genre: Made-for-TV Movies
  • secondary-genre: Sci-Fi Dramas
  • secondary-genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy
  • secondary-genre: Deadly Disasters
  • mood: Angry
  • mood: Controversial
  • prop: Horse
  • prop: Radio
  • prop: Carriage
  • prop: Candle
  • setting: Hospital
  • setting: Laboratory
  • theme: Patriotism
  • theme: Survival
  • theme: Frustration
  • theme: War
  • actor: Amy Madigan
  • actor: Stephen Furst
  • actor: Doug Scott
  • actor: Lori Lethin
  • actor: John Lithgow
  • actor: Steve Guttenberg
  • actor: JoBeth Williams
  • director: Nicholas Meyer
  • producer: Stephanie Austin
  • producer: Robert Papazian
  • cinematographer: Gayne Rescher
  • composer: David Raksin
  • editor: Robert Florio
  • editor: William Paul Dornisch
  • production-designer: Peter Wooley
  • role-name: Denise Dahlberg
  • role-name: Joe Huxley
  • role-name: Danny Dahlberg
  • role-name: Stephen Klein
  • role-name: Nurse Nancy Bauer
  • role-name: Alison Ransom
  • role-name: Aldo
  • screenwriter: Edward Hume
  • year: 1983
  • studio: MGM