Director: Carlo Marcucci
SOME EVENTS CAN NOT BE FORGOTTEN EVEN AFTER TIME HAS PASSED, ESPECIALLY WHEN THEY AFFECT PEOPLE’S EXISTENCE INDELIBLY.
Twenty-six April 1986, one, twenty-three minutes and fifty seconds. The reactor number four of the Chernobyl nuclear power station exploded, causing one of the greatest technological disasters of the twentieth century. The Republic of Belarus is the country with most of the territories with ta.m [born to radiation} while not having nuclear power plants.
This is the beginning of the documentary, which on the occasion of the twentieth anniversary of the disaster, we decided to create. In February, the crew made the shoot by making a trip starting from the capital of the Republic of Belarus, Minsk, to go to the places most affected by contamination (region of Mogilev, Gomel region).
A total of approximately 1600 km in a time when even the weather conditions were prohibitive, given the constant -20 ° daily.
In competition for Golden Globe by Foreign Press 2006