The military also named the operation "Operation Clean Sweep", which literally translates to "Operation Clean Sweep." This is obviously a horror movie plot, but it's not far from the reality today. If some cities get worse, maybe there will be leaders who are so overjoyed that they want to start the extermination operation? Of course, at the end of the movie, the hero always finds an antidote in a pinch and saves all mankind. I was so attached to the film at the time that I bought Richard Preston's bestseller, "Hot Zone," and read it twice.
Seeing that the epidemic is out banner design of control today, I can't help but think, if a city or region is really out of control, and the closure strategy has completely collapsed, and the spread cannot be stopped, what can the government do? Is it really like the movie, abandoning the small and protecting the big, and using the killer to raze those cities to the ground? This should not be possible in most areas.
After that, he won the bid and brought the infectious disease back to spread. I remember it as a multi-line film (director Steve Soundberg is especially good at this kind of blockbuster where multiple characters bring into the story from all sides, and eventually come together to become the main axis). I remember at least three lines: The first line was my favorite researcher, Kate Winslet, who pursued it all the way and sacrificed herself in the end. The second line is how scientists from the World Health Organization are working hard to find an antidote. The third line includes journalists who are chasing after them, who think there is a conspiracy, and their own stories of the family's victimized father.