An Invisible Enemy: Disappearing World (Enhanced DVD)

An Invisible Enemy: Disappearing World (Enhanced DVD)
This 60 minute documentary video explains the disappearing traditional way of life, for a culture that has relied on reindeer for its economic gain.
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Product Description:

Nature has a way of blessing its people, and cursing them at the same time. Through a series of radioactive deposits, a culture finds itself struggling for survival, as their way of life is slowly fading away.

In Central Norway, the Lapps - otherwise known as the Sami of Hedgeland - are financially dependent on their only source of income - local reindeer meat.

In April 1986, a Chernobyl nuclear reactor exploded, and a large disbursement of radioactive particles, covered the entire grazing lands of Sami. The contamination is so great, that it effects the traditional way of life and living for the people in the land. Even after a year of being exposed to radioactive deposits, the reindeer meat and hide is still not fit to for human use or consumption.

An Invisible Enemy: Disappearing World

  • Enhanced DVD
  • ISBN: 978-1-62290-564-5
  • Run Time: 60 Minutes
  • Copy Right Date: 1987
  • CC

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