what a nightmare. how can this be real? these lost places with all the references, the apocalyptic wormwood, the prometheus statue? who could imagine a more fictitious story?
have you seen n. geyrhalter's film "pripyat"? a documentary about a village inside the forbidden zone and the old people who insist on staying there.
no, i haven't. but thanks for the hint. i will start with a central european review interview with geyrhalter.
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by the way, one of the many doubts I've heard expressed about the authenticity of the tchernobyl-rides is that she never mentions the second person (who must have been there because she herself is on some pics). personally, if i may be permitted to nag around, i find this is a lost photo op (lost in many ways).
oh, what a thread - sure, from what i got to know the authenticity might be doubtet.
however, there is still a vast deserted area around pripyat and i am attracted to gothic photos. shopped or not.
in some ways i trust the net in a way that fakes will be revealed as such in a quantity that is statistically relevant as well as a quality which gives insight and arguments, not only generic scepticisms. thus, this story remains as authentic as it is, yet.