This newsreel is the monologue of a man who calls himself an "adamant Stalinist." Georgy Ivanovich Ivanov lives in Tolyatti, he is a war veteran, a man with an active life position. His reflections on history and today are controversial, but of undoubted interest. Topics that he touches on: the personality cult of IV Stalin, repression, Leonid Brezhnev and the time of "stagnation", perestroika in the USSR, controversy around the personality of Boris Yeltsin, etc. The newsreel is recommended for discussion screening. First part. Types of streets in Togliatti in the evening. Cars, a trolleybus pass through the streets of the city. G.I. Ivanov talks about the activities of J.V. Stalin and his role in history, about repressions, about perestroika in the USSR (sync., Magnetic soundtrack) Second part. Types of streets in Togliatti in the evening. Cars, a trolleybus pass through the streets of the city. Books with materials of the CPSU congresses on the bookshelf. G.I. Ivanov talks about the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, about the activities of B.N. Yeltsin, M.S. Gorbachev, L.I.Brezhnev, I.V. Stalin (sinhr.). GI Ivanov shows his medal “100 years since the birth of I.V. Stalin ", which was made by a young worker of VAZ. Elderly people dance on a dance floor in the park; among the dancers - G.I. Ivanov.