Raspad | Chicago Reader


Soviet filmmaker Mikhail Belikov's docudrama about Chernobyl views the 1986 power-plant disaster as a sort of objective correlative of national moral decay and as a tragedy that served to throw this decay into relief. It's more interesting and persuasive in what it has to say about the accident than in the somewhat awkward thrust of its fiction (1990).


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