The newsreel includes the following plots: Plot 1, which tells the story of how the Polaroid instant camera works. The plot uses the following filming: A girl holding a Polaroid camera, from which a photograph pops up. General view of the constituent parts that make up the camera. General view of photographs taken with a Polaroid camera. 2nd plot. The second plot tells about what "horsepower" is, how this unit of power appeared. The plot uses the following filming: The movement of vehicles on the road. General view of the models of a steam engine and a car engine. Horse sculpture. Type of horse farm in one of the farms. A heavy draft horse harnessed to a cart on which a power meter is installed pulls the car. A panorama of a horse harnessed to a sleigh. A herd of horses galloping, horses at a watering hole. 3rd plot. The plot tells about a squeaky beetle from the lumberjack family. The plot uses the following filming: The squeaky beetle crawls out from under the bark of a tree. General view of the beetle larva. A beetle crawls on a tree, gnaws at wood. 4th plot. The plot tells about the artist-ceramist Yu.I. Petlina and her daughter Zhanna. The plot uses the following filming: Panorama of the apartment in which Yulia Ivanovna and her daughter Zhanna live. Yulia Ivanovna at work: paints a clay figurine of a cat, daughter Zhanna helps her mother - sculpts a bird; panorama of the sculptures - whistle birds. General view of clay figurines of goats and pigs.