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I Love the Earth

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Abstract
The idea of the film: the earthly world is infinitely large, but also very fragile. A person living in this world is not only a creator, but also a destroyer. Everything that has been created by mankind for millennia is defenseless against the threat of a thermonuclear catastrophe. Sculpture of Ancient Greece, Ancient Egypt (Sphinx, Nefertiti); "David", "Moses" by B. Michelangelo; The Thinker by O. Rodin; Assyrian reliefs. Architectural monuments: Buddhist temple, Chinese pagoda, Church of the Intercession on the Nerl (Russia), Reims Cathedral (Notre Dame, France), Intercession Cathedral on Red Square. Painting: "Sistine Madonna" by S. Raphael, "Madonna Litta" by Leonardo da Vinci; paintings by P. Gauguin, I. Levitan, V. Vereshchagin. Atomic explosion, explosion of a hydrogen bomb. Ruin; destroyed buildings. Picture: "Hiroshima". Anti-war demonstrations. Speech by NS Khrushchev (synchronously), calling for general and complete disarmament. The film features poems by the Turkish poet Nazim Hikmet performed by Y. Smolensky.
Director
R. Sergienko
Color
Color
Film ID
19282
Keywords
culture
, literature
, borbazamir
, painting
, art
Meterage
545
Number of Parts
2
Operators
Mr. Epifanov
Other Creators
Sound Z. Uzdin, music by D. Ter-Tatevosyan, E. Khagagortyan
Release Date
1963
Sound
Has Sound

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