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Crazy Stools

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Abstract
The film tells about a village located in the Boksitogorsk district of the Leningrad region, whose residents, cut off from the city, have only one mode of transport invented by local craftsmen - a "mad stool" made of iron and moving along a narrow-gauge railway at a speed of 70 km per hour. The film includes the following filming: the movement of villagers on a cart - "mad stool" on the rails, the life of the villagers, the arrival of a car with food in the village, a view of abandoned ancient houses, stories of local residents about their lives (sinhr.).
Director
A. Kiselev
Color
Color
Film ID
33241
Keywords
invention
, trade
, everyday life
, rural settlements
Meterage
757,6
Number of Parts
3
Operators
S. Schultz
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
2003
Sound
Has Sound

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