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Maxim From Kampuchea

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Abstract
Through the story of the Kampuchean boy Maksimka, the film tells about the fraternal assistance of the Soviet people to the people of Kampuchea. View of the seaport in Vladivostok. Motor ship "Lyubov Orlova" at sea. Arrival of the ship to the port of Kampuchea. The rally in the port. Kampucheans are greeting Soviet sailors. Landscapes of Kampuchea. View of destroyed buildings in one of the cities of the country (the consequences of the American aggression in Southeast Asia). Residents with belongings at the destroyed houses. Women prepare food, take care of children. Loading and unloading operations in the port of Sa Hong. The work of the pumping station, built by Soviet sailors. Trade in the city market. Soviet ships depart from the pier.
Director
E. Akkuratov
Color
Color
Film ID
26594
Keywords
economic communications
, sea transport
, cities
, trade
, peoples life
Meterage
462
Number of Parts
2
Operators
E. Akkuratov
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
1980
Sound
Has Sound

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