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Depicts a fictitious near future at a radioactive waste facility in northern Sweden. Due to an earlier accident, a large area in northern Sweden has been evacuated.
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Credited cast:
Sara Arnia Sara Arnia ...  Kökschefen
Mattias Barthelsson Mattias Barthelsson ...  T-38:as röst (voice)
Anna Björk Anna Björk ...  T-41:as röst (voice) (as Anna Ponten)
Rolf Degerlund Rolf Degerlund ...  Disponent Jansson (episodes 4, 6)
Lamine Dieng Lamine Dieng ...  Urandöden
Göran Forsmark ...  Förman Hellström
Björn Gedda ...  Professor Stegius
Wallis Grahn Wallis Grahn ...  Byråchef Nader
Margareta Gudmundson Margareta Gudmundson ...  Doktor Mattson
Staffan Göthe ...  Jean-Paul Martini (episodes 2, 3)
Rebecka Hemse ...  Charlotte Martini (episodes 5, 6)
Keve Hjelm ...  Centraldirektören (episode 4)
Johanna Hövenmark Johanna Hövenmark ...  Bax-Lisa
Mikael Isaksson Mikael Isaksson ...  Strålnojjan
Patrik Johansson Patrik Johansson ...  Isse
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Depicts a fictitious near future at a radioactive waste facility in northern Sweden. Due to an earlier accident, a large area in northern Sweden has been evacuated.

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Sweden

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Swedish

Release Date:

21 January 2002 (Sweden) See more »

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(6 episodes)

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Strange, but interesting
14 October 2002 | by stega030@student.liu.seSee all my reviews

This series first aired on swedish public tv early in ´02.

A surreal dystopic story portraying life in one of northern Europes deep-storage facilities for nuclear waste in the mid 21st century. Life on the surface has been made impossible due to radiation.

Central characters are Isildur and his collegues, the waste technicians who dream of retiring to a tropical island. Others include the derranged scientists working on a project to create some sort of radiation-immune human clone to deal with Europe´s increasing output of radioactive waste.

This is not however your avarage sci-fi series, but rather some intellectual directors quite twisted brainchild. Pretty good though.


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