Cast und Crew von "Chernobyl". Crew. Produzent: Craig Mazin; Regisseur, Produzent: Johan Renck; Produzent: Chris Fry; Produzent: Carolyn Strauss. Chernobyl. Was ist der Preis der Lüge? Originaltitel. Chernobyl. Genre. TV-Mehrteiler. USA/Großbritannien min, ab 16 Jahren (fsk). Medium. Blu-ray. Besetzung, Charaktere, Schauspieler & Crew der TV-Serie: Jared Harris · Stellan Skarsgård · Emily Watson · Jessie Buckley · Adam Nagaitis · Con O'Neill .
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Chernobyl Cast Plot of Chernobyl VideoChernobyl (HBO 2019) - Cast versus Real Life Characters Es geht Autor Craig Mazin wohl weniger um eine akkurate Rekonstruktion des historischen Top Fernseher 2021 die verhindert schon die Besetzung mit überwiegend britischen Darstellern als um dessen Indienstnahme für gegenwärtige Debatten. Historienfilm Turmtheater Schwäbisch Gmünd, Drama. Es ist nicht so, dass man dergleichen noch nie gesehen hätte, doch das schnörkellose Arrangement der filmischen N.Tv.De und Symbole ist derart dicht und verlässt sich so selbstverständlich auf seine Aussagekraft, Caesar Und Cleopatra das Geschehen den Zuschauer mit einer Wucht trifft, die Fluchtinstinkte weckt.
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Edit Cast Series cast summary: Jessie Buckley Lyudmilla Ignatenko 5 episodes, Jared Harris Boris Shcherbina 5 episodes, Adam Nagaitis Vasily Ignatenko 4 episodes, Emily Watson Ulana Khomyuk 4 episodes, Paul Ritter Anatoly Dyatlov 4 episodes, Robert Emms Leonid Toptunov 4 episodes, Sam Troughton Alexandr Akimov 4 episodes, Karl Davies Viktor Proskuryakov 3 episodes, Michael Socha Mikhail 3 episodes, Laura Elphinstone Oksana 3 episodes, Jan Ricica Oksana's Kid 3 episodes, Adrian Rawlins Nikolai Fomin 3 episodes, Alan Williams KGB Chairman Charkov 3 episodes, Con O'Neill In , she took a position with the Royal Shakespeare Company where she met her future husband, Jack Waters.
Continuing stage work, Watson landed her first screen role as Bess McNeill in Breaking the Waves after Helena Bonham Carter pulled out of the role.
For this initial foray into movies, Watson was nominated for an Academy Award. She achieved top billing as Angela McCourt, the hardworking mother of several children and wife of a drunken husband in depression-era Ireland.
While returning to the stage in and on both sides of the Atlantic, Watson has expressed interest in again working with Anderson.
Emily Watson lives in London, England, UK, with her husband, Jack Waters. Robert Emms was born on May 20, in Horley, Surrey, England as Robert James MacPherson.
He is an actor and director, known for Chernobyl , War Horse and Broken Sam Troughton was born on March 21, as Sam John Troughton.
He is an actor, known for Alien vs. Predator , The Ritual and Chernobyl On venturing outside to survey the plant, despite seeing the fuel and graphite scattered around, he still believed the reactor was intact.
Due to limitations of available instruments, he was one of many who seriously underestimated the radiation level. Adrian Rawlins is Nikolai Fomin — chief engineer and deputy to plant director Viktor Bryukhanov.
The water flowed through the severed pipes into the lower levels of the plant, carrying radioactive debris and causing short circuits in the cableways.
Sam Troughton is Alexander Akimov — foreman for the fifth shift of reactor Unit Four. It was Akimov who called for the AZ-5 button to be pushed and for all control rods to be inserted into the reactor which caused the explosion due to the design flaw.
He was one of the first firefighters sent to the scene and suffered a lethal dose of radiation, dying a horrible death in Hospital Number 6 in Moscow.
Sumpter lacks the distinctive birthmark to play Gorbachev himself and his role is not listed on IMDB. Kirschenbaum 2 episodes, Ross Armstrong Nikolai Gorbachenko 2 episodes, Paulius Markevicius Boris Stolyarchuk 2 episodes, Ralph Ineson General Tarakanov 2 episodes, Baltasar Breki Samper Ananenko 2 episodes, Barry Keoghan Pavel 2 episodes, Philip Barantini Bezpalov 2 episodes, Amanda Drew Baranov 2 episodes, Karolis Kasperavicius Viktor Degtaryenko 2 episodes, Cait Davis Local Husband 2 episodes, Donald Sumpter Zharkov 2 episodes, Tomas Zaibus Old Woman Babushka 1 episode, Josef Altin Soldier 1 episode, Matthew Needham Dmitri 1 episode, Sergejus Ivanovas Survey Soldier 1 episode, Rosie Sheehy Nurse Pripyat 1 episode, Caoilfhionn Dunne Yenina 1 episode, Pandora Colin Vetrova 1 episode, Alexej Manvelov Garo 1 episode, Fares Fares Bacho 1 episode, Josef Davies Janek 1 episode, Simonas Dovidauskas KGB Driver 1 episode, Rachel Atkins Niyazova 1 episode, Velta Zygure Elderly Librarian 1 episode, Paulius Cizinauskas KGB Agent Library 1 episode, Mark Bagnall Jughashvili Robot Operator 1 episode, Michael McElhatton Prosecutor Andrei Stepashin 1 episode, Hilton McRae Judge Milan Kadnikov 1 episode, Ian Pirie Site Officer Masha 1 episode, Sam Strike Misha 1 episode, Alex Ferns Glukhov 1 episode, Andrew Sheridan Biorobot 1 episode, James Cosmo Miner 1 episode, Sammy Hayman Titenok 1 episode, Lukas Malinauskas Biorobot Soldier 1 episode, Kieran O'Brien Khodemchuck 1 episode, Arnas Danusas Soldier Miner's Bus 1 episode, Marius Karolis Gotbergas Biorobot Soldier 1 episode, Peter Guinness Major Burov 1 episode, Michael Colgan Mikhail Shchadov 1 episode, Laurence Spellman When reactor No.
More than , people were evacuated in the following days, as first responders fought fires, sometimes absorbing fatal doses of radiation in the process.
HBO's Chernobyl miniseries cast includes both characters based on real people and composite characters based on several individuals like Emily Watson's Ulyana Khomyuk.
Adrian Rollins plays Chief Engineer Nikolai Fomin, who was sentenced to 10 years in a labor camp for violating safety regulations he was released early after a nervous breakdown and suicide attempt.
Con O'Neill plays Viktor Bryukhanov, the plant manager who reported the incident up the chain of command.
We're not doing that anymore'". On July 26, , it was announced that HBO and Sky had given a series order to Chernobyl. It was HBO's first co-production with Sky UK.
The five-episode miniseries was written by Craig Mazin and directed by Johan Renck. Mazin also served as an executive producer alongside Carolyn Strauss and Jane Featherstone , with Chris Fry and Renck acting as co-executive producers.
A companion podcast for the miniseries had new episodes published as each TV episode aired on HBO. Simultaneously with the initial series announcement, it was confirmed that Jared Harris would star in the series.
Principal photography began in April in Lithuania. An area of densely built panel housing apartments served as a location for the evacuation scenes.
Director Johan Renck heavily criticised the amount of diverse and eye-catching modern windows in the houses, but was not concerned about removing them in post-production.
At the end of March, production moved to Visaginas , Lithuania , to shoot both the exterior and interior of the Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant , a decommissioned nuclear power station that is sometimes referred to as "Chernobyl's sister" due to its visual resemblance and the nuclear reactor design used at both Chernobyl and Ignalina RBMK nuclear power reactor.
In early June , production moved to Ukraine to shoot minor final scenes. Music was created using sound recordings from an actual nuclear power plant.
The series was exhaustively researched,  but some liberties were taken for dramatic purposes , such as Legasov being present at the trial. Chernobyl expert Adam Higginbotham points out in an interview that there was no need for scientists to "uncover the truth"; that "many nuclear scientists knew all along that there were problems with this reactor—the problems that led ultimately to an explosion and disaster".
According to disaster survivors interviewed by the BBC , the show misinterprets characters of Bryukhanov, Fomin and Dyatlov, and incorrectly portrays them as villains.
Oleksiy Breus, senior engineer at the Unit 4 even considers their portrayal "not a fiction, but a blatant lie". According to The Christian Science Monitor correspondent Fred Weir , "Everybody [in Russia and Ukraine] seems to agree that the miniseries goes overboard with its characters, depicting Soviet officials and plant management as too evil and conniving".
But it doesn't come close to reflecting reality. According to Hale, "Mazin puts Legasov on the witness stand at the trial and, in a stroke of pure fantasy, has him boldly denounce Soviet corner-cutting and secrecy, after which he's hauled into a back room by the KGB".
The series seemingly depicts the physicist character Ulana Khomyuk believing that victims of radiation poisoning are radioactive themselves and dangerous to be around, because she reprimands the wife of Vasily Ignatenko, Lyudmilla for touching him while pregnant.
Leonid Bershidsky , writing for The Moscow Times , finds fault with some of the period details, writing "Some lapses were probably too costly to avoid even when the filmmakers knew about them, like modern plastic windows in Soviet buildings.
But there's plenty more. Chernobyl is too far from Moscow to reach by helicopter Nor, of course, could Deputy Prime Minister Boris Shcherbina even imagine threatening to throw Valery Legasov, an esteemed member of the Soviet Academy of Sciences , off a helicopter—this was , not This is inaccurate: summary executions , or even delayed executions on orders of a single apparatchik, were not a feature of Soviet life after the nineteen-thirties.
For Gessen, the scenes of scientists criticizing the system in confrontation with bureaucrats were "repetitive and ridiculous"—it would have been unthinkable.
The defining condition of Soviet life was resignation. Major General Nikolai Tarakanov , who headed the real liquidators in , praised HBO for a "great job" in an interview with Russian state media, but stated many of the things that did not happen.
For example, stray animals were shot, but not in the residential area and not in the way portrayed in the show; radiation levels were not hidden from the liquidators; he did not see any naked miners.
Also, he points to some inconsistencies with Legasov, who did not take part in a major meeting portrayed in the series as he was elsewhere at the time.
Pioneering a then novel treatment for the most exposed ARS patients in ,   then writing a response to the series in ,  UCLA doctor Robert Gale took issue with the suggestion his patients were dangerous to visitors along with the portrayal of Soviet authorities as reluctant to seek outside help.
And whilst in Moscow, we were free to expropriate supplies and equipment from many Russian medical centers. It would be like standing in lower Manhattan after destruction of the Twin Towers and pretending there was no problem.
All governments try to contain bad news of this type," notes Gale. Families that lived in the nearby area at the time of the disaster have criticized the series as provocative and politically motivated, giving a different view of the events and the aftermath, as well as the way the people reacted.
Anna Korolevskaya, vice director of the Ukrainian National Chernobyl Museum who helped the team producing the show, says that the makers of the series "could not get beyond the biased western perception of Soviet history".
Chernobyl received almost unanimous critical acclaim in the West. The website's critics consensus reads: " Chernobyl rivets with a creeping dread that never dissipates, dramatizing a national tragedy with sterling craft and an intelligent dissection of institutional rot.
Reviewers from The Atlantic , The Washington Post , and BBC observed parallels to contemporary society by focusing on the power of information and how dishonest leaders can make mistakes beyond their comprehension.
The miniseries was well-received by some critics and audiences in Russia. The Communist Party of Communists of Russia called for a libel lawsuit against Chernobyl ' s writer, director and producers, describing the show as "disgusting".
In a statement, party member Sergey Malinkovich spoke of the party's intentions to lobby TV regulator Roskomnadzor to request that it block local access to the series.
In Ukraine, Anna Korolevskaya, deputy director at the Chornobyl Museum in Kyiv, said "Today young people coming to power in Ukraine know nothing about that disaster in It was a necessary film to make and HBO have obviously tried their best; as for us, we are going to create a special tour about Chernobyl's historic truth, inspired by the HBO series.
Meanwhile, many in Ukraine appreciated the series for humanizing a tragic chapter in the country's history.
Belarusian Nobel laureate Svetlana Alexievich , whose book inspired the series, said "We are now witnessing a new phenomenon that Belarusians , who suffered greatly and thought they knew a lot about the tragedy, have completely changed their perception about Chernobyl and are interpreting this tragedy in a whole new way.
The authors accomplished this, even though they are from a completely different world — not from Belarus, not from our region.
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