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Enduring to the End

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Abstract
The film tells about the search for the place of the last resting place of Bishop Viktor (Ostrovidov), who died in the Pechora region in 1934, and about the transfer of his relics to a convent in the city of Vyatka (former Kirov). The film uses filming of the Pechersk camps, in which representatives of the clergy were serving time. Interview with Hieromonk Father Damaskin (synchronously). Landscapes of the Pechora River. Oil production at the Pechora field in the 1930s.
Director
V. Krinitsyn
Color
B&W
Film ID
32317
Keywords
landscapes
, fuel industry
, christianity
Meterage
822
Number of Parts
3
Operators
G. Belyaev
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
1997
Sound
Has Sound

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