By Doshka Harvey
A technician at Onkalo, a nuclear waste storage facility in Findland, as seen in Into Eternity
Have you ever wondered how nuclear waste is disposed of? Ever questioned what happens to radioactive refuse?
Into Eternity - a documentary by Danish filmmaker Michael Madsen - is an eerie depiction of how we are at a lost to find permanent and viable solutions to get rid of toxic waste derived from the continuing human hunger to create and consume energy.
The Finnish, however, think they might have an answer via the construction of what they call Onkalo (Finnish for "hiding place"). A labyrinth of tunnels and corridors meant to last 100,000 years buried deep below the bedrock of
The entrance to Onkalo, as seen in Michael Madsen's documentary, Into Eternity
Into Eternity will play from February 2-15 for two weeks at Film Forum
Images courtesy of International Film Circuit
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