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Chernobyl: The Lost Tapes(2022) [EXCLUSIVE]

A neat, albeit disturbing documentary companion-piece to the well-regarded HBO miniseries featuring eyewitness interviews and haunting footage that hadn't been seen previously of people dying agonizing deaths and animals being born with grotesque mutations and deformities caused by radiation and fallout to further indict the USSR's handling of its long-term nuclear power plan. All those rubles saved on cutting corners with nuclear plant design and lax safety regulations will never make up for the numerous lives lost or otherwise ruined by this horrific tragedy.

Chernobyl: The Lost Tapes(2022)


The aftermath of the Chernobyl disaster altered the lives of millions. According to estimates, more than 200,000 people lost their lives as a direct or indirect result of the accident even though, as the HBO miniseries also addressed, the official Soviet count is only 31. The way in which the accident was handled by those in power caused distrust in the authorities to spread among the people, and it ended up contributing to the fall of the USSR.

In the long-lost tapes, testimony from witnesses offer a glimpse of life in Chernobyl before the disaster, and show how it was forever transformed in the accident's aftermath. "Everything was documented," one of the witnesses says in the trailer, but many of the explosion's details and potential dangers were obscured by Soviet officials, who sent in soldiers to "liquidate" the damage and to help cover up the incident, HBO representatives said in a statement.

The haunting details of the Chernobyl disaster are finally unearthed in the new HBO film Chernobyl: The Lost Tapes. This chilling trailer gives a glimpse into the lost tapes that documented the 1986 nuclear accident. Chernobyl: The Lost Tapes is coming to HBO on June 22. 041b061a72


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