Radioactive Wolves of Chernobyl

September 23, 2012 20:10

"Radioactive Wolves of Chernobyl", the shooting of which were carried out in the wild Belarusian Polesye radiation-ecological reserve — in an area where heavy contamination with radionuclides due to human access is denied. According to well-known Belarusian filmmaker animal painter Igor Byshneva which, together with experts three major TV channels in Austria, Germany and the U.S. and a half years endured the hardships of the field work in the "zone", in more extreme conditions to make a film he had ever. However, the almost hour-length film has surpassed all expectations and I am sure the director, deserves a decent estimate of spectators from many countries.

Six years with the wolves

Jim and Jamie Dutcher ventured to spend six years of their lives in the understanding of many dangerous animals — wolves, to better understand their way of life.
Brave men lived in a tent on the edge of the desert Sawtooth Idaho.

Radioactive Wolves of Chernobyl

Radioactive Wolves of Chernobyl

Radioactive Wolves of Chernobyl

Radioactive Wolves of Chernobyl

Radioactive Wolves of Chernobyl

Radioactive Wolves of Chernobyl

Radioactive Wolves of Chernobyl

Radioactive Wolves of Chernobyl

Radioactive Wolves of Chernobyl

Radioactive Wolves of Chernobyl

Radioactive Wolves of Chernobyl

Radioactive Wolves of Chernobyl

Radioactive Wolves of Chernobyl

Radioactive Wolves of Chernobyl

Radioactive Wolves of Chernobyl

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