"Sight" program is a documentary dedicated to the 10th anniversary of the Chernobyl accident.
With the help of residents of "The View" and the exclusion of employees Chernobyl zone program restores individual chronicle the events of April 1986 and met with the life people who could not or did not want to leave their towns and villages, or returned to, and continue to live there, where not so long ago it seemed impossible.
Is there life in the zone of increased radiation and what is life?
Despite the fact that the death rate exceeds the birth rate, people remain or return again in the exclusion zone.
Gradually the village come to life.
Authorities are looking to settle a blind eye, because these people do not require compensation and benefits, live in peace and provide themselves.
Director Chernobyl Sergei Parashin confident that the 10th anniversary of the accident - a good reason to finally say goodbye to the past and start life anew.
Former director Victor Bruchanov would like to forget the details of the tragedy, but recognizes that this is not possible.
In the film, attended by former residents of Pripyat and Chernobyl, as well as female inmates of correctional labor colony UZH ITC 1521. The shooting took place in Chernobyl, Pripyat, Slavutych, Kiev, as well as in the Gomel region, in the villages Gromyko and New Shepelichi.
The announcement of the coming issues of the program.
Bruchanov VP - Former director of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, GP employee "Ukrinterenergo", the liquidators of the Chernobyl accident. Parashin SK - Former director of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, Ukrainian politician, Deputy Chairman of the Interdepartmental Committee on Scientific and Technological Safety at the Council of National Security and Defense of Ukraine.
Calendar: 04/28/1986 12.1986 1988 07.1989 04.1995 04.1996
Locations: Ukraine  Belarus