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Paris - Moscow

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Abstract
The film tells about the tourist camp of the Franco-Soviet friendship in Vishnyaki in the Moscow region. French and Soviet boys and girls talk in the camp. A bus with young people travels through the streets of Moscow. Young people from France visiting the sights of the Kremlin. War veterans, former pilots of the Normandie-Niemen regiment talk with Soviet and French guys in the hall of the building of the executive committee of the Krasnopresnensky District Council of Deputies. Hero of the Soviet Union VS Seregin and French General Cuffaut, other war veterans talk about Franco-Soviet friendship during the Second World War (synchronously). Military newsreels: moments of air combat. Young people lay flowers at the monument to those killed during the war. Representatives of French youth ask questions (synchronously) to students of Moscow State University in the university auditorium, talk with workers in the workshop of one of the Moscow bakeries, examine exhibits in the halls of the Central Museum of the USSR Armed Forces, listen to a representative of Vietnamese youth talking about the US aggression in Vietnam. French and Soviet guys exchange souvenirs.
Director
Yu. Egorov
Color
B&W
Film ID
24138
Keywords
the great patriotic war
, local government agencies
, urban transport
, higher professional education
, cultural connections
, food industry
, architecture
, international connections
, tourism
, youth organizations
, wars and conflicts of the 2nd half of the 20th century
, excursions
, cities
Meterage
475
Number of Parts
2
Operators
Yu. Buslaev
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
1966
Sound
Has Sound

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