Four Swedish students fly to Ukraine to visit one of the greatest disaster sites in modern human history, Chernobyl. They trek into a zone which has been irradiated for 25 years and will still be 100 000 years from now. It is possibly greatest landmark our society will place in human history, and it is not a pretty one. Or is it?
The Chernobyl exclusion zone has been left relatively untouched by human hands for a quarter of a century, which has left wildlife thriving. Former urban centers are now completely abandoned and only the ghosts of the former inhabitants who perished here walk the streets. Let us take you on a trip through the Chernobyl zone and show you what the zone nowadays is like.
Subtitles available in Swedish and English. Spoken language is Swedish and English.
For more info see: http://www.footprintsofdisaster.se
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