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Underground: The Tokyo Gas Attack and the Japanese Psyche by Haruki Murakami
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The Divide (2011) - IMDb
Nuclear explosions power the residents of a New York housing lodging to run from the building. However, the explosions force them into a basement. viii residents are holed up in the building's bust shelter.