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Abstract
The authors of the film try to comprehend some of the historical events in Russia in the twentieth century. The film includes the following footage: Mice in an abandoned house. An old mansion in the park. The rays of the sun on the leaves of trees. Abandoned village. Summer, Arbat, a man plays the accordion, a woman with a girl in her arms asks for alms in an underground passage. Photos of the poet S. Yesenin. The film uses newsreel footage: 1917-1920s, winter, people on the street [of Moscow], the autopsy of the saint's relics, demonstrators walking down the street with banners, men smashing the iconostasis, Red Army soldiers on horseback in the city streets; 1980s, Moscow, a demonstration with St. Andrew's flags, flags of Russia is walking down the street, demonstrators pass by the Mausoleum, E.A. Shevardnadze, A.A. Gromyko, N.I. Ryzhkov, G.Kh. Popov, A.N. Yakovlev and others.
Director
И. Sarakhatunova
Color
Color
Film ID
33941
Keywords
atheistic propaganda
, rally and protest
, situation of various populations
, animal world
, landscapes
, cities
Meterage
285,4
Number of Parts
1
Operators
V. Titov
Other Creators
Scriptwriter Y. Fedinin, composer L. Volkova
Release Date
1990
Sound
Has Sound

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