My only quarrel is that it is perhaps too short, and could have done with more wide-ranging interviews to tackle its implications.
| Original Score: 4/5
Extract the core issue and Into Eternity becomes endlessly fascinating.
| Original Score: 3/5
A riveting documentary: as spooky as the early scenes of 2001 in its glacial camera-prowlings around "Onkalo", a deep-mined waste bin for nuclear garbage and the probable future of disposal for our planet.
The moral and scientific implications of the project are deftly sketched and engaging.
Thought-stirring stuff -- but it tediously makes the same point over and over again.
A captivating, and sometimes alarming, exposť of the business end of nuclear power. Watch as part of a behind-the-sofa double bill with Countdown To Zero.