Valery, Boris and Ulana risk their lives and reputations to expose the truth about Chernobyl.
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The title is Ukrainian for "Memory Eternal". It is a chant intoned during Orthodox Christian church services of varying kinds. In the Eastern Orthodox church it is chanted on the Sunday of Orthodoxy, for all the deceased Orthodox Christians. See more
The early scene stating that is in Moscow is actually in Kiev, Ukraine, looking down at one of the main historic areas on Khreshchatyk street. See more
To be a scientist is to be naive. We are so focused on our search for the truth we fail to consider how few actually want us to find it. But it is always there whether we see it or not, whether we choose to or not. The truth doesn't care about our needs or wants, it doesn't care about our governments, our ideologies, our religions. It will lie in wait for all time. And this, at last, is the gift of Chernobyl. Where I once would fear the cost of truth, now I only ask: What is the ...
Vechnaya Pamyat (Memory Eternal)
Performed by Homin Lviv Municipal Choir See more