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- proper n. The period of hostility short of open war between the Soviet Bloc and the Western powers, especially the United States, 1945–91.
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This vision of the Cold War appears to be changing, however, among younger, less ideologically driven filmmakers.
Set on a small, unnamed island occupied by the Russians, Cold War tensions raise once again when a U.S. pilot discovers the horrific truth that became of experiments with element E99 in the 1950s.
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