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Plot Summary
One of the biggest problems facing countries who rely on nuclear energy is what to do with the highly toxic radioactive waste. In 1970, Finland began construction of a massive underground bunker designed to safely store its nuclear waste until it decays and becomes safe -- a process that takes 100,000 years. Through interviews with leading Finnish scientists and researchers, director Michael Madsen explores the consequences of nuclear energy and human fallibility.

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Director: Michael Madsen

Genres: Documentary

Distributor: International Film Circuit [us]

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Release Date: February 2nd, 2011|1 hr. 15 min.

critic reviews ( 3 )
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  • In a deceptively low-key manner, Danish filmmaker Michael Madsen has beautifully crafted one of the most provocative movies of the year. show more

  • Unfortunately, Madsen (a Danish filmmaker, not the American actor) has an approach to this rich topic that is repetitive and simplistic, as if he wasn't quite sure how to fill out even a brief feature. show more

  • Madsen interviews experts galore, but few seem to know what's going to happen with this project in the next decade -- let alone 100,000 years. show more

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