Thomas Flight has posted on YouTube a video that compares seven minutes of scenes from the HBO series Chernobyl with real scenes from the 1986 catastrophe. The resemblance is chilling.
HBO was very faithful to recreate the scenes and events of one of the most dramatic nuclear disasters in history. Do not let us tell you. Look at it yourself.
It’s true that screenwriter Craig Mazin has a few licenses to have the best Chernobyl guide:
For example, nuclear physics Ulana Khomyuk does not exist but summarizes the role the role of all scientists in the days and key months of 1986. But the creator’s job is to send honesty and the goal of conscience to the public a reality.
In fact, it is also worth highlighting the work of director Johan Renck, “The part of the cameras in the five episodes.”
Suppose we are natural activities in the cast, opted for a realistic photograph that evokes the audiovisual sensibility of the eighties Soviet and the catastrophe not in the spectacular but also in a certain worldliness, in which it is known that there is no other option that you have that enormous human error with their own hands.
Source: Planeta Curioso