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Trust Is the Path to Peace

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Abstract
A film about the need for new, decisive actions in defense of peace in Europe, about cooperation and trust between peoples, about the protection of cultural values. Reporting around the city. A trolleybus is passing by, passers-by are passing by. Strike, dispersal of a demonstration against nuclear bases and missiles. Hermitage. Coliseum. Weapons of destruction in the museum. Stone ax, chain mail, armor, cannon, cannonballs. War newsreels: a swastika, houses are burning, a destroyed city, prisoners of war, corpses. Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Moscow; the laying of wreaths. Piskarevskoe cemetery in Leningrad. Meeting of the leaders of 33 European countries, the USA and Canada in Helsinki. Meetings of Mikhail Gorbachev, R. Reagan in Geneva in the fall of 1985, in Reykjavik. Development of trade, cultural, scientific contacts. Ship. Industrial landscape. Moscow city. Red Square, Bolshoi Theater, Rossiya Hotel, International Book Fair. Mission control center.
Director
V. Skitovich
Color
Color
Film ID
23476
Keywords
social and political movement
, urban transport
, the second world war
, scientific connections
, economic communications
, cultural connections
, rally and protest
, political connections
, borbazamir
, cosmonautics
Meterage
495
Number of Parts
2
Operators
R. Comm
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
1987
Sound
Has Sound

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