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I don't think there's any film, TV series or anything else that really devastated me and shattered my heart and soul more than this. I'm all choked up. I literally have no words to say or write more than that now I value human lives and every moment in my life more than I've ever did before.
The greatest thing on TV I've ever seen!
Breath-taking, incredibly shot and well-written, Chernobyl is the best thing to come out of HBO since The Night Of .
Socialism's finest hour. Put this on repeat. So we don't forget that socialism is the gateway to communism. Outstanding acting. The many liberties taken do NOT overshadow the overarching theme that powerful governments care nothing for the people and seek to only protect their own interests. Nothing has changed, as this happened again in 2019, but this time our own media failed to give it adequate air time. Scary.
Breath-taking, incredibly shot and well-written, Chernobyl is the best thing to come out of HBO since Game of Thrones´ season 4.
An important show that everyone should see!
Incredible storytelling and cinematography. Summed up in the final line of the show, "That I once would fear the cost of truth, now I only ask, what is the cost of lies?"
awesome casting, great story
a grim dread that's coming yet the plot is so gripping, you want to see how it happened out of morbid curiosity
Through a concise narrative and expert performances, the miniseries envelops the audience in the dread and mystery the real-life counterparts of the characters likely experienced while providing a surprisingly honest study of Soviet-era political maneuvering and hubris against a disaster that catalyzed the empire's downfall.