Moscow.- Meet Annya. She is a fifteen year old girl from Belarus, but was unfortunate enough to be born in the fall out zone from the Chernobyl nuclear disaster.
Annya was born in 1990 in a village highly contaminated by the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear meltdown. A cancerous brain tumor at the age of four marked the end of Annya's childhood and the beginning of a life of pain and illness.
Annya has spent her life in and out of hospital. Every 15 minutes of every night, she must be turned in order to prevent further pain and bedsores.
Twenty years after the disaster, Annya, and her parents battle everyday with the cruel and personal legacy of Chernobyl.
For Annya and for the thousands of children like her, you need to speak out and say NO more nuclear, NO more Chernobyls. If you don't, who will?