Watch: Inside Chernobyl 2012 123movies, Full Movie Online – A film based on current conditions in Chernobyl and Pripyat, where the Soviet Government tried to cover up a catastrophic nuclear accident – something the world had never seen before..
Plot: A short film based on current conditions in Chernobyl & Pripyat. Made on a shoe string budget by the director. An amateur documentary with some professionally fleshed out ideas and research. ” Please note, I am an amateur documentary filmaker and this documentary was made on no budget. The only cost involved were just the travel expenses to the Ukraine.”
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Just visually impressive
INSIDE CHERNOBYL – 2012
A short documentary that does not explain anything about the catastrophe and its causes. It first of all tries to give you a vision of what this area has become, essentially Chernobyl and Pripyat, the two cities that have been evacuated and are still abandoned. At the same time, we are taken into the buildings and in various sites of these two cities and we are shown the level of radiations. If normal is between 0.10 and 0.12 we are shown many places that are a lot higher and contaminated objects that can be even more, like the old clothing of the first team of firefighters who all died of exposure within two weeks. Their clothing is between 400 and 600 mSv, some thirty or twenty-five years later.
The chart showing the levels you can encounter and stand without various severe consequences is the following (https://static.guim.co.uk/sys- images/Guardian/Pix/photobylines/2011/3/15/1300200013379/Radiation- exposure-levels-001.jpg):
We are dealing in Pripyat with levels that are six thousand times more important than acceptable. What’s more when they say atmospheric radiations are 0.10 mSv we have to understand it is maybe the same as a chest x-ray but it is permanent and the consequences on one’s health are not measured by this level but by the accumulated radioactivity this level may produce in our bodies over long periods of exposure. That explains why this Chernobyl zone is an exclusion zone because permanent residing there would be highly dangerous in the middle and long ranges.
This documentary is thus clear about that. What it shows though when we are told that in Chernobyl everyone was evacuated without taking anything and in Pripyat with only papers and light valuables, closing their doors and windows, turning off electricity, and so on before leaving, and yet we see two whole cities that have been looted. This reveals an unluckily very human dimension: no matter the danger if there is a profit to make out of some expedition, some human beings will negate all morals, ethics and safety to make that profit and loot what is supposed to remain untouched.
The last thing shown here is a certain number of memorials in Chernobyl, to the first team of firemen and to the victims in general.
Without any explanation about the causes of the catastrophe, we are disarmed and helpless, the audience being reduced to some sadness and fear. This catastrophe could have been avoided if some human agents had done what they were supposed to do. This is a case of human negligence and error, which exonerates the responsibility of the technology, at least in parts. A balanced discussion is necessary.
Dr. Jacques COULARDEAU
Original Language en
Director Adrian Musto
Writer Adrian Musto
Country United Kingdom
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