Storytelling, including historical investigations, oral traditions, cinema, and documentaries, offers an important method to investigate culture. Using the films Gojira (1954), Dr. Strangelove (1964), the book Voices from Chernobyl (1995), and the documentary The Atomic States of America (2012) we considered what stories reveal about ideas, attitudes, morals, and tensions within the cultures and societies that produced them. Select two (2) of these stories and consider: what do these stories collectively (together) reveal about humanity’s relationship with atomic technology in the aftermath of World War II (post-1945)? To answer this question you might find it useful to interpret how storytellers used such things as characters, genre, plot, settings, dialogue, analogies, cinematography, and/or music to illuminate this relationship and its lessons for humanity. Your response to this question must be 500 to 750 words (approximately 2 to 3 pages).