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Once Upon a Time| 12mins
Director: Galina Adamovich | Producer: Vladimir Shevtsov
Focus Years: 2001 | Country: Belarus
Subject Tags: belarus, environment, europe, health, migration
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
After the Chernobyl disaster, 70 percent of radioactive fallout settled in Belarus. The country lost 485 towns and villages. At least 136 thousand people abandoned their homes. Today, 2.1 million people - every fifth citizen - still live in contaminated areas. The film "Once Upon a Time" is about the terrible and lingering consequences of Chernobyl disaster.

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