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Samara Chronicle Number 11

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Abstract
Samara city. Monument to A.S. Pushkin in Pushkin Square. A young man and a girl talking in an autumn park. The movement of vehicles on one of the sections of the road by the river. The girls are sitting on a park bench. Women with dogs for a walk in the park. Red leaves of maiden grapes. Cars are parked on both sides of the highway; leaves fall on highways and cars. The building of the Samara Academic Drama Theater named after Maxim Gorky. The auditorium of the theater with sheathed chairs. Theater employees smoke on the stairs. An interview with the former artistic director of the theater, Pyotr Lvovich Monastyrsky, in which he says that personnel changes in the theater do not solve anything for the theater staff and spectators (sinhr.). Photos of actors, playbills in the foyer. Composer Mark Grigorievich Levyant talks about his appointment as the artistic director of the theater, about P.L. Monastyrsky (sinhr.). Meeting of the head of the administration of the Samara region Konstantin Alekseevich Titov with the writer Alexander Isaevich Solzhenitsyn, who visited the city of Samara. A.I.Solzhenitsyn answers journalists' questions at a press conference. Obelisk of Glory on the square. Visitors sit at the tables of a street cafe. A street musician plays the guitar on the territory of a spontaneous market. General view of the clothing market on one of the streets of the city. People pass between the tents. The city of Togliatti. Driveways through the streets. Young people are eating ice cream. People pass by an open book counter. Togliatti journalist Vladimir Stepanov is talking about his city (synchronously). Selling paintings on the street. The movement of cars along the carriageway of the street. Samara city. Obelisk of Glory on the square. Streets, passers-by. View of the Volga river in autumn. Young people are sitting on a park bench. Monument to A.S. Pushkin in Pushkin Square.
Director
Б.Свойский
Color
Color
Film ID
36821
Keywords
private trade
, automobile transport
, media
, public catering
, h
, theatre
, local government authorities and institutions
, landscapes
, the great patriotic war)
, cities
, sculpture
, second world war (tue
, bytgorodskogo population
Meterage
278,1
Number of Parts
1
Operators
L. Sadkova
Other Creators
A. Smyshlyaev, V. Shubin, S. Volkova, B. Kozhin
Release Date
1995
Sound
Has Sound

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