#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Deep in Russia, there is an invisible city that houses thousands of men, women and children who live and work behind double barbed-wire fences monitored by armed guards. They are told that they are the creators of the nuclear shield and saviors of the world. They are told that everyone is an enemy. In this hidden world, a mother risks her life to take us inside Russia’s largest nuclear city.
Plot: Hidden in the heart of Russia, there is a Soviet-era city where thousands of people live and work behind barbed-wire fences monitored by armed guards. It is Ozyorsk (Ozersk), located in the Chelyabinsk Oblast, one of the most polluted places on the planet and home to the largest stockpiles of nuclear material. Its code name: City 40.
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A fascinating story
A fascinating view into the cold war era, and the price that societies paid in the name of national security. It highlights trade-offs that a government and its people made for the security of a country. Sound familiar? The issues certainly are still relevant today. And while the film focuses on a few cities in Russia, these are global issues.
The story was presented in a balanced way. The information is eye opening. I enjoyed the interviews, which were personal, relatable and human. And there is some beautiful cinematography in there too! I especially recommend this to those with an interest in history, politics, war, peace, human rights, or the environment.
Worrisome documentary. Makes us wonder what other places kept hidden for us in the interest of National Security, but equally dangerous for environment and people living there
Saw this at the Movies That Matter film festival 2017 in The Hague. The first half of the documentary presents a good overview of the purpose of City 40, what is happening there, what binds its inhabitants to the city, and what urges them to stay there. All this is perfectly understandable, despite the fact that the people living there have a restricted life and cannot tell anything about it to the outside world. But its infrastructure and provisioning is far better than elsewhere in the country, and luxury goods as well as cultural events are available, also much better than in the rest of the country. And as one of the talking heads said: “scientists are busy with splitting atoms, and the rest does not interest them as long as they can continue with splitting atoms.” Having a scientific background myself in physics, I fully recognize the truth in this statement.
The second half was more worrying and made us aware of hidden side effects, particularly considering environmental issues with nuclear waste and accidents, of which Chernobyl is just an infamous example. Same applies to the people living in the city, who must sustain radiation and related dangers much more than at other places. Though not proven, there were suspicious effects on offspring due to genetic problems, probably becoming worse in future generations. I would not be surprised when there are many more of such places, hidden for us in the interest of National Security, and certainly not in former communist countries alone, but also in “our” part of the world.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 13 min (73 min)
Genre Documentary, Drama, History
Director Samira Goetschel
Writer Samira Goetschel, Monique Zavistovski
Actors Lavrenti Beria, Viktor Fetisov, Mikhail Gorbachev
Country Russia, United States
Awards 2 nominations
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Sound Mix Stereo
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