Geamăna is a Romanian village that was practically erased from the map. It all began by decree, about the year of ’78. The people of Geamăna, over 1000 families, received some (not enough) money to move out the village, that was planned to be covered in toxic residues. This sludge lake progressively filled the valley and replaced the village; the only sign of life once there is the church and a little portion of the graveyard – the last cross standing out shows 1995 as date of death. The ancestors are still there, buried twice.