And All the Past Will Come to Life

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The film is about what people in our country and in Germany think about the Second World War. Veterans of the Great Patriotic War at the Bolshoi Theater on May 9, 1991. Children present flowers to veterans. GDR. Berlin city. The streets of the city, the statue of the goddess of Victory Nike, cafes, shops. Transport on the streets. Square. Children play football at the Reichstag. An interview with one of the residents of the city on the significance of the reunification of Germany (synchronously). Treptow Park. Sculpture of a grieving woman. Monument to a Soviet soldier. Organ-grinders in the streets. Brandenburg Gate. Shopping arcade on the square. Berliners talk about their attitude to the past war (synchronously). Trade in orders, Soviet military hats, fragments of the Berlin Wall, badges, Komsomol tickets. Moscow. People at the Kremlin wall. The destroyed pedestals of the monuments to Sverdlov, Kalinin, Dzerzhinsky. Broken monument to Stalin near the building of the House of Artists. Dropped monuments in the park. Potsdam. Cemetery of Soviet soldiers. The correspondent is interviewing residents. People at the mass grave; among them is the sculptor V. Klykov. Memorial complex in the village of Prokhorovka. Eternal flame. Lighting of the foundation stone at the site of a tank battle near Prokhorovka. Veterans are standing with flowers. The priest is speaking (synchronously).
A. Solovyova
Film ID
the second world war
, public catering
, state holidays
, cities
, trade
Number of Parts
V. Sysoev
Other Creators
Screenplay V. Kozlov
Release Date
Has Sound

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