A strange white wall is found deep underground, at the mining site of the world's largest nuclear waste depository. Project director Lars Rapp wants to keep it a secret, but rumours spread quickly in the small town that has sprung up around the site. Lars and his team soon realise that the wall is not made of any material known to man and he is faced with making a decision that may well be the most important in the history of mankind.
Like all good science fiction, it grapples with the questions of our time.
Performances are good. Whilst it it is a bit slow I felt it kept my attention, not so much because of the mystery and what was a great ending to a first season, but rather because of the characters and how they react to a mystery or an unknown they encounter. It also shows us that what could have been a wonderful discovery in the show, capable of fascinating all of humanity, is corrupted by various aspects that characterize our profit seeking, undemocratic system.
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