????? This review is a part of our Visions Du Réel 2020 summer coverage. In 1986, reactor 4 of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant exploded. It was a global catastrophe that threatened to wipe out life as we know it on a previously unimaginable scale. By throwing human suffering and endless finances at the problem, Russia eventually salvaged the situation and the reactor was sealed under a giant sarcophagus. But the surrounding areas, including the town of Pripyat, became inhospitable for human life. Now known as the exclusion zone, Pripyat has slowly over the years become a tourist attraction for those inclined to risk their health to see what remains of the once great feat of Russian engineering.