Feb 9, 2012
Directed by Michael Madsen
Rated PG, 60 min.
Tickets - $5 suggested donation and benefit Recycle Utah
Onkalo, a Finnish word for hiding place, is the world's first permanent nuclear waste repository, being built deep in the bedrock of Finland. It must last 100,000 years and be hidden from future generations. This frightening and captivating documentary takes viewers on a visual and philosophical journey about long-term storage of nuclear waste.
This hiding place should never be disturbed.
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