Chernobyl (Mini Series)

Chernobyl (Mini Series)

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Catalogue no: R-125873-9

Media: DVD

Classification: MA15+

Category: Television Series

Genre: Drama

Barcode: 9398700021274

No of Discs: 2

Language: English

Year: 2019

Release Date: 02-10-2019

Availability: In stock

$29.95
Based on powerful real-life events, 'Chernobyl' dramatizes the story of one of the worst man-made catastrophes in history, the Ukraine nucle
Based on powerful real-life events, 'Chernobyl' dramatizes the story of one of the worst man-made catastrophes in history, the Ukraine nuclear plant disaster of April 1986. This five-part miniseries recounts the remarkable stories of the heroes who fought and fell to save Europe from an unimaginable disaster. Valery Legasov (Jared Harris), is a Soviet scientist chosen by the Kremlin to investigate the accident to reveal how and why it happened. 'Chernobyl' tells a tale of lies and cowardice, of courage and conviction and of human failure and human nobility.

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Actors Jared Harris, Stellan Skarsgard, Emily Watson, Jessie Buckley
Director Johan Renck
Producer Sanne Wohlenberg
Runtime 308

Digitales Reviews

Digitales Film Club Review by Sally
Star
The cinematography of this series blew my mind. The incredible visuals provided so much depth and detail. Whilst I wasn’t completely captured by the story, I appreciated that each episode had the production value of a feature film. (Posted on 6/11/2019)
Digitales Film Club Review by Abhi
Star
An amazingly written and well executed miniseries I have ever watched. It is impeccably accurate. Nothing prepares you for the visual horror than this piece of art. The totally immersive details, I thought after the initial shock of first episode the rest of the series would only dissipate in intensity but don't trust your guts here, it only gets better! (Posted on 6/11/2019)
Digitales Film Club Review by Mali
Star
Masterfully created, the show builds a tangible atmospheric tension, as the viewer almost recoils from the perceived radiation emanating from the screen. The evenly balanced distribution of story lines is enhanced by the actors abilities and even further so by the wonderful direction and cinematography. At once both informative and gut-wrenching, Chernobyl lives up to the hazy aura that surrounds the name and attempts to clear the air – propped up heavily by the horrific reality that underpins it. (Posted on 11/10/2019)