Short film tells the weird story of a missing nuclear missile

Writer and director David Soll explores the interior of a real-life Cold War era nuclear silo in this comedy short film: The custodian of a nuclear missile silo wakes up one morning to realize that the projectile has disappeared.

David explains to the Hollywood Reporter how they found the silo:

One of the silos had been recently purchased by Alexander Michael, an Australian architect who was slowly restoring the living quarters as a hobby. He'd done a nice job on those adjacent rooms, but the main space — the huge cylindrical silo with the missile shaft — was still a total mess. Michael accepted a small location fee and granted the production unfettered access.


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