Based on Mario Petrucci's award-winning book-length poem - Heavy Water: a film for Chernobyl - this film gives the general impression that it has just crawled out of the local art college complete with images, poetry and music. Sadly, the actual footage of Chernobyl only amounts to ten minutes at the most, so I would file this film under futile and I would not recommend it unless you are an art student or a poet in search of this kind of emotional material. Clearly, I was very disappointed with this film but perhaps I am not an emotional type of person. When I watch a film/documentary of Chernobyl, I prefer to concentrate on the horrors and the psycho-social effects of the accident, so this glossy film isn't really suitable for me. If you wish, you could go to the Heavy Water website and see a clip from this film.