Last Best Chance
Last Best Chance is an educational DVD that reveals the modern nuclear threat of international terrorist organizations, produced by the Nuclear Threat Initiative. The DVD is freely available through the NTI-supported website. The film stars Fred Thompson as President Charles Ross.
Running at forty-five minutes in length, Last Best Chance premiered in the fall of 2005 at the lavish East Side mansion that is home to the Council on Foreign Relations in New York City. Among the attendees were diplomats, military personnel, international bankers, and lawyers.
Speakers at the event following the film included:
- Pete Peterson, chairman of the Council on Foreign Relations
- Ted Turner, founder of CNN
- Warren Buffett, investor and philanthropist
- Sen. Richard Lugar, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee
- Sam Nunn, founder of the Nuclear Threat Initiative