With the events now over and the clean up still ongoing, Legasov has lied to the IAEA in Vienna but he still has a chance to tell the truth at a trial put on to punish Dyatlov, Bryukhanov and Fomin.
I honestly don’t think anything that could happen in this episode could break my heart more then the things we had to see in the episode before.
The destruction of human bodies due to the radiation, the harsh decisions needed to be made and just the amount of people even after the explosion that had to be sacrificed even if their death was not as painful or as soon as those who attended the explosion is horrifying.
Now there is a clean up to be done.
Pripyat has been evacuated, we are now just under or maybe by the time the episode starts just over 2 days from the explosion, Alexei Ananenko, Valeri Bezpalov and Boris Baranov have volunteered to enter the basement of Chernobyl to drain the water and stop a nuclear explosion that would destroy much of Eastern Europe.
This show continues to be one of the most difficult things I’ve ever had to watch but by now I don’t want to stop.
After the explosion what happens?
In the city of Pripyat life goes on for those who weren’t close enough to have ended up with radiation poisoning and are in the hospital.
It is up to the politicians to decide whether their citizens or pride mean more to them.
As always we tend to be a little behind on TV shows coming out as none of us really sit down to watch TV but with people honestly in awe of this series that tells the story during the moments after the Chernobyl explosion we just had to sit down and catch up with it.
The end of Phase Two comes packaged as another blockbuster get together between the whole of the MCU.
Written and directed once more by Joss Whedon and starring the all star Marvel universe of characters from Robert Downey Jrs Iron Man, Chris Evans Captain America to Mark Ruffalo’s Bruce Banner and introducing Aaron Taylor-Johnson as Pietro Maximoff (Quicksilver), Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff (Scarlet Witch), James Spader as the voice of Ultron and returning yet for the first time being seen on the screen, my favourite, Paul Bettany as the voice of J.A.R.V.I.S and also playing Vision.
If we thought Avengers was big they’ve doubled up their efforts for Age of Ultron.
This whole month we celebrate the MCU. With the second Avengers film coming out, Avengers : Age of Ultron, we have decided to dedicate the whole of April to one of the biggest film forces at the moment.
We will review each film including Guardians of the Galaxy, have blogs talking about each and every one of the Avengers as well as some other memorable characters and on each weekend of the month a member of the blog will take over to tell you their favorites and what they love about the MCU.
With this build up you might think we’ll all rush to the movies to see Avengers : Age of Ultron, and one or two of us might. Unfortunately there is no concrete time period for a review of the new movie but we took it as a chance to do something special.
We will start tomorrow with our review of Captain America : The First Avenger.