Janson Media today announced the digital release of the four-part limited drama series, Inseparable, a story based on historical events about a boy and a girl who fall in love during the worst ecological disaster in history.
It is April, 1986. Pripyat, Ukraine. A core meltdown occurs at Reactor 4 of the Chernobyl Power Plant. Over thirty people die during the blast but the estimated death toll as a result of the radiation fallout reaches into the thousands. Chernobyl will be considered the world's largest ecological disaster. The shocking news of the explosion at the nuclear plant spreads, and the world watches the tragedy in fear and confusion. Hearts go out to those who displayed selfless courage and integrity in the initial efforts to stabilize the reactor power. But some were too busy being in love to notice what had just happened in nearby Chernobyl.
The limited series (4 x 48') was filmed in the Ukraine in the Russian language and is now available on Amazon Prime Video with English subtitles. The series already boasts an 8.1 rating on IMDb and 5-star rating on Amazon. Inseparable stars Elena Kolesnichenko, Mariya Poezzhaeva,andYuriy Borisov. The mini-series was directed by Vitaliy Vorobiyov, and produced by Victor Mirskiy.
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