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Abstract
1h What is mass culture and what does its spread lead to? Exposition of the National Museum in Lagos (Nigeria). Woodcarvers workshop: the work of craftsmen. 2h Reflections of M. Mastroiani about heroes - "supermen" in Western cinema. 3h Shasha Kapoor, actor and producer, on Indian cinema. Types of streets in Jaipur (India). Old Delhi: Red Fort, Pearl Mosque, etc. The work of Indian wood carvers, chasers. The Indian folk festival "Raksha Bandhan" is a celebration of family unity. "Column of Happiness". 4h Pyramids of the Moon and the Sun in Mexico. Views of Mexico City. Palace of Fine Arts: exposition. Applied Arts Fair: Crafts. National Museum of Ethnography of Mexico: Exposition. Conversations with Mexican boys and girls about their addictions in culture (about music). 5h Types of Tokyo (Japan). Features of Japanese fairy tales. Exhibition of Contemporary Consumer Electronics in Tokyo. 6h Japan: social life.
Director
N. Boronin
Color
Color
Film ID
29980
Keywords
foreign countries; art; cinema; cities; museums; public life
Meterage
1729
Number of Parts
6
Operators
S. Ivanyukhin
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
1988
Sound
Has Sound

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