The Inota Power Plant was one of the largest industrial investments of the 1950s in Hungary, it provided electricity for 50 years and was closed down in 2000. This power plant has many enormous factory halls and retro interiors to offer productions, with typical quirky colors and designs such as a large and complex retro control room. Down to the winding corridors, many small details can be found untouched after the last workshift. Outside there are three huge wide power plant chimneys, even its insides are accessible for a shoot! Both indoors and outside there are areas that have become quite ruined, creating an apocalyptic atmosphere. The power plant offers a journey into the everyday life of workers in the Soviet Era.