An affectionate portrait of a group of women who, after the 1986 Chernobyl disaster and evacuation, returned to the exclusion zone surrounding the nuclear power plant and have resided there - semi-officially, for years.
2016 marked thirty years since history's worst nuclear accident in Chernobyl, Ukraine. Steps are still being taken to contain the radiation and stop leaks, but innovative new solutions must be found to protect people's health.
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A young couple is going through the experience of fostering a "Chernobyl Child". This gesture of altruism soon proves to have other reasons: the inability to have a child is undermining their relationship.
Hip-Hop recording artist Crucifix and three friends venture across the globe and deep into the Radioactive Dead Zone of Chernobyl to film his latest music video. But nothing can prepare ... See full summary »
On the 11th of March 2011, an earthquake and a tsunami led to the most serious nuclear accident of the century. On the heels of explosions, radioactivity levels reached record highs. This ... See full summary »
After 1986, a restricted zone was erected at a radius of 30km around Chernobyl. More than 100.000 people have been evacuated from there, but some have remained or returned. "Pripyat" follows four protagonists who live or work in this zone.
Chernobyl after 30 years captures imagination people all over the world. It is mysterious place with many myths and legends. After failure in Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in 1986 116 ... See full summary »
5 youths give chase after a man who has stolen 8 million rubles from them. The man reveals on his video blog his intention to travel to Chernobyl. With every kilometer the journey of the heroes becomes more dangerous and confusing.
The document shows Chernobyl Exclusion Zone in 30 years after the nuclear power plant failure. Although there are a lot of documentary films about that disaster, none of them pay attention ... See full summary »
Thirty years after the famous nuclear reactor explosion, Chernobyl is once more showing signs of life. As the fears of older generations are replaced by the fascination of the new, Chernobyl is emerging as a popular tourist destination, and local industry is on the rise. But with radiation levels still dangerously high, questions remain over whether the region can ever truly recover. In the heart of the exclusion zone, the 'Cafe 10' serves up classical Ukrainian food to scores of clients every day: friendly and welcoming, it is very much a traditional cafe. Popularised in video games and horror movies, the site is now an attraction for travelers from all over the world, and tourism agencies are thriving. A younger generation of tourists, who do not remember the nuclear disaster, are behind this rise in 'morbid tourism'. As well as a hike in tourism, the construction of a huge metal enclosure for the damaged plant has brought in hundreds of workers to the long-deserted area. For many ...