Synopsis:
Robert Knoth and Antoinette de Jong travelled to Russia, Ukraine and Uzbekistan and met with people who lived areas contaminated by radioactivity.
They wrote a book and set up and exhibition in Rosendael in Holland.
This 12' long film is a conversation with them in this exhibit. The images are disturbing and yet marked with a great sense of decency. Their words are touching. It gives a face to the invisible victimes of invisible nuclear danger
Director's filmography:
- Message in a bottle
- Lettre à l'empereur
- La trace (1998 - TV)
- Pleure pas Germaine (2000 - Feature)
- Kaléidoscope - Episode 20 : La communauté indienne algonquine du Lac-Simon, Canada (2003 - Short)
- RAS - Nucléaire, rien à signaler (2009 - TV)
- Invisible (2009 - Short)
- Chernobyl Forever (2011 - TV)
- The Grey Zone (2013 - Feature)
- Récits de Fukushima (2013 - Short)
- Welcome to Fukushima (2013 - Feature)
- Fukushima 4 Ever (2014 - Feature)
- DEXIA: La faute a personne (2016 - Feature)
- Beyond The Waves (Taro Yamamoto, A Japanese Rebel) (2018 - TV)
Type:
Short
Genre:
Doc
Year of production:
2009
Status:
Finished
Runtime:
12'
Original Version:
anglais
Majority:
No