This is the third part of a series about abandoned factories.
Today we will continue walking through abandoned factories! Of them could make a great art objects or Museum under the open sky, but, alas, they continue to deteriorate and are of interest only for looters and urban researchers.
To recreate the atmosphere of post-Apocalypse, the filmmakers erected the impressive size of the scenery or create the abandoned places with the help of special effects, but nevertheless, the spectator will not leave a feeling of unreality. Beautiful, impressive, but artificially.
In the case of the Belgian plants are much easier – only a fence separates a world familiar to us from a forgotten and sinister Kingdom of decay and neglect. And it does not model the refined Museum or decorations remaining after shots – it’s all real.
Is to find yourself behind tall concrete fence with barbed wire, and now you – the protagonist of the film the end of the world: it is you that plays the role of seeker Wishmaster, that you are drawn to these dissolve in the steel maze, studying every piece of land, marvel at the scale and wander in nervous tension, waiting for the dangers.
And they are, and a lot of them. Along with the excitement borders and curiosity: what kept the nuggets lost in the eternal darkness of the shop? What about the history of places can tell a logbook or forgotten someone report on accidents that occurred at work?
In the final part of the study of disused factories in Belgium You will still expect a lot of interesting – be sure to watch to the end! We’ll also see huge factories, will visit the control room and even get caught on the alarm and we run into any unfriendly of commercial 🙂
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