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Kinoalmanakh Chronicler of Russia №3 Russian Ukrainian

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Abstract
The film tells about the fate of Vladimir Kalinichenko - journalist, poet, former prisoner of Dachau. The film uses the following filming: a passenger train approaches the station platform, film director V. Troshkin meets the hero of his film - Vladimir Kalinichenko, V. Kalinichenko and his wife Irina leave the train carriage, exchange greetings with V. Troshkin; V. Kalinichenko with his wife at the Bolshoi Theater, at the fountain in Victory Park on Poklonnaya Gora; V. Kalinichenko signs a book to a man, reads his poems (per frame.); V. Kalinichenko with his wife in a bookstore; V. Kalinichenko's speech to schoolchildren: tells (sync. and behind the scenes.) about the 1st All-Union conference of former juvenile prisoners, which took place in 1988 in Kiev, shares memories of the Dachau concentration camp, recites poetry; V. Kalinichenko photographs war veterans on Victory Day, lays flowers at the monument; a beggar woman begs for alms at the crossing, women sit on a bench, a panorama of dancing people; V.Kalinichenko takes pictures in the forest, sits in the forest, smokes; spouses Kalinichenko buy balloons; V. Troshkin sits with the spouses Kalinichenko on a bench, talking (sinhr.); V.Kalinichenko talks about how stupid it was to separate the three fraternal Slavic peoples: Russians, Ukrainians and Belarusians (sinhr. And for the frame.).
Director
В.Трошкин
Color
Color
Film ID
34213
Keywords
everyday life
, literature
, state holidays
, cities
, railway transport
, trade
Meterage
285,5
Number of Parts
1
Operators
V. Izvekov
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
2001
Sound
Has Sound

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