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My Quiet Homeland Movie 1

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Abstract
A film about the tragedy of people after the collapse of the USSR. The film includes the following filming: the funeral of the leader of one of the Sakhalin social movements GG Pzhachinsky. Sakhalin Governor Fedorov in his office. Residents of the Kuril Islands go by motor ships to the "mainland". Performance of the "Crossroads" theater. Commander of the Black Sea Fleet, Admiral Kasatonov, in his office. Monument to Admiral P.S. Nakhimov in Sevastopol. Sending cadets of the Nakhimov School to Leningrad for further training. Metropolitan John of St. Petersburg and Ladoga speaks about the situation in Russia, the view of the Pskov-Pechersky monastery, the views of the Don River, the Don Cossacks. Writer A. Prokhanov in his office. General view of the settlement of settlers, in which Russian refugees live, the life of refugees.
Director
L. Korshik
Color
Color
Film ID
32352
Keywords
higher professional education
, local authorities
, sea transport
, christianity
, literature
, population migration
, population
, navy
, landscapes
, peoples life
Meterage
1910,89
Number of Parts
7
Operators
There is no data
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
1993
Sound
Has Sound

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