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Into Eternity Hollywood Documentry Movie (2011)

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Cast And Crew
Cast:Michael Madsen
Director:Michael Madsen
Producers:Lise Lense-Moller,
Kristina Aberg,Sami Jahnukainen
Cinematographer:Heikki Farm
Music:Karsten Fundal
Theatrical Release: 02/2/2011
Genre:Culture & society,Documentary
Runtime:1 hr 25 mins
Rating: NR
Country: Denmark/Finland/Sweden/Italy

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Every day, the world over, large amounts of high-level radioactive waste created by nuclear power plants is placed in interim storages, which are vulnerable to natural disasters, man-made disasters, and to societal changes. In Finland the world's first permanent repository is being hewn out of solid rock - a huge system of underground tunnels - that must last 100,000 years as this is how long the waste remains hazardous. Once the waste has been deposited and the repository is full, the facility is to be sealed off and never opened again. Or so we hope, but can we ensure that? And how is it possible to warn our descendants of the deadly waste we left behind? How do we prevent them from thinking they have found the pyramids of our time, mystical burial grounds, hidden treasures? Which languages and signs will they understand? And if they understand, will they respect our instructions? While gigantic monster machines dig deeper and deeper into the dark, experts above ground strive to find solutions to this crucially important radioactive waste issue to secure mankind and all species on planet Earth now and in the near and very distant future. Captivating, wondrous and extremely frightening, this feature documentary takes viewers on a journey never seen before into the underworld and into the future.

As the credits rolled and lights slowly rose after the screening of Michael Madsen’s documentary Into Eternity, the few hundred people at the screening, myself included, sat in stunned silence. I’m sure many were sharing the exact same thought I had: what are we doing about our nuclear waste?

Madsen’s film takes a look at Onkalo, the nuclear waste disposal facility currently under construction deep in the bedrock of Finland. With gorgeous and haunting visuals accompanied by an equally haunting soundtrack and more than enough silence to allow the contemplation of humanity, it manages to ask questions not only of the future of civilization but also urges us consider our history.

Onkalo is a massive undertaking. One hundred years to build, the facility will have to last 100,000 years before the material to be housed there is innocuous to living creatures. How does one plan for 100,000 years? The numbers are so immense that it’s easy to forget that we’re only at year 2,000. It’s unimaginable but for the people designing and building Onkalo, they have to think this far in advance. How do we communicate the dangers hidden within the rock? How do we remember to forget?

A poem and warning of danger, Into Eternity does what every environmental documentary wants to do and often fails: consider the future of our world. In its short running time, Madsen’s film builds a doomsday future on the shoulders of one of the world’s sources of energy and more poignantly than any other documentary, asks the question: is it worth it? Is powering our gadgets really worth the possibility of ending the world?

A horror film, environmental collapse I have yet to see and perhaps the most beautiful.

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