After you watch this movie, you understand what would happen to our water soon.
In the early 1980s, it was quite possible to say in Öresund and we began to expect that
Öresund was dead and a sea without rescue.
For several years, for example, released 850,000 tonnes of gypsum per year in the belief that it would only be dissolved in the water and disappear, outside of Landskrona and Helsingborg, these gypsumbergs can still be found today without marine life with the high underwater chimneys left. Outside of Landskrona, the plaster berth covers an area of two football plans and sampling has shown that it is thicker than four meters.
Kjell Andersson, who started diving in 1970, was one of the divers during this time who saw this himself when he was under the surface. The attempt to get financial resources to make a film about this so the public and politicians should understand were started. Nix was the answer no one was interested in this that happened below the surface. Many large companies rated this as pure lies and that they followed the rules that existed.
Kjell did not give up and finance this film himself, along with some other enthusiasts, with Michael Palmgren who was a pioneer in underwater filming as a major international film company then his technicians copied. Kjell and Michael created what we call today the CAMP method of transectors that could be filmed between so everyone saw that it was the same place the movies came from. This technology is today used to be "KA" for Kjell Andersson worldwide
"MP" for Michael Palmgren.