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A woman must confront her past and her fears when she returns to the abandoned Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant.


Why watch this film?

"Burial" is a haunting and thought-provoking film that takes place in the aftermath of the Chernobyl disaster. Director Emilija Skarnulyte masterfully captures the eerie and desolate atmosphere of the abandoned Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant, where a python slithers and curls over the control room's radioactive core. The film explores the concept of time and the lasting impact of nuclear disasters on the environment and future generations. Skarnulyte's use of visuals and sound creates a sense of foreboding and unease, leaving the audience with a lingering feeling of discomfort. "Burial" is not a traditional narrative film, but rather an experimental exploration of the human impact on the environment. It is a must-see for those interested in environmental issues and the consequences of human actions. Overall, "Burial" is a haunting and visually stunning film that will leave a lasting impression on its viewers.



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Plot summary

A python slithers and curls over the abandoned control room of Chernobyl's sister, the Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant, its radioactive core an unleashed monster that will slither through time for a million years.

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Available at home