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Chain Reaction is a 1996 American film starring Keanu Reeves, Morgan Freeman, Rachel Weisz, Brian Cox, Kevin Dunn and Fred Ward. It presents a fictional account of the invention of bubble fusion using sonoluminescence and the attempts by the United States Government to prevent the spreading of this technology. Released on August 2, 1996, Chain Reaction was directed by Andrew Davis with screenplay by J. F. Lawton and Michael Bortman based on a story by Arne Schmidt, Rick Seaman and Josh Friedman. Eddie Kasalivich (Reeves) is a student machinist working with a team from the University of Chicago to create energy from bubble fusion. They have been trying for quite some time without success but Eddie, while working at home, discovers the secret to successfully using sonoluminescence to create stable bubble fusion. The next day in the lab, the machine is perfected by Eddie and everything appears to be working and stable. To celebrate, a party is thrown in the lab. That night after the...
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