In the movie “Samara Chronicle. Issue 17 ”tells about the events that took place in Samara in 1996. The plot uses the following filming: City of Samara, 1996. View of the monument to A.S. Pushkin in the park. The motor boat passes along the Volga River. Remains of ice near the river bank. People with brooms and shovels are cleaning in the park during the spring cleanup. The mayor of the city, Oleg Nikolaevich Sysuev, rakes up the autumn leaves. View of the USSR flag waving in the wind. The audience, who did not get to the speech of Gennady Andreyevich Zyuganov, Chairman of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, stands on Kirov Square near the Palace of Culture, where Zyuganov speaks. An elderly man holds the Molniya newspaper in his hands. A young man is holding a red banner. A woman is distributing the newspaper Trudovaya Samara to everyone. Paintings by the painter Ilya Sergeevich Glazunov at the exhibition. Visitors to the paintings. The building of the dacha with paired sculptures of elephants in full growth of the Samara merchant, patron, artist Konstantin Pavlovich Golovkin (1872-1925) on the street of the Soviet Army. (The building was built in 1908-1909 in the Art Nouveau style and is an object of cultural heritage of the Russian Federation).