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Two Lines in the Newspaper

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Abstract
A film about the village of Semyonovskoye (Moscow region), which, according to the construction project for the city of Moscow, will be demolished and the South-West district of the capital will be built in its place. Views of the Semyonovsky village. Home life of the villagers. The Svirin family in the house, the interiors of a wooden, one-story house. The movement of a horse team. Work. Children are fishing. Women at the well. The landscapes of the village, summer and autumn. It's raining. The architect of the South-West district of Moscow, the inhabitants of the village of Semyonovsky give interviews (synchronously). Schoolchildren in the classroom. Residents of the village of Semyonovskoye are issued orders for new apartments. Moscow city. Residential quarters of one of the new areas of the city (South-West). Shops: "Isotopes", "Synthetics", Pedestrian traffic (day and evening shooting).
Director
H. Araya
Color
B&W
Film ID
18663
Keywords
leisure
, standard of living
, rural settlements
, architecture
, housing
, cities
, trade
, a family
Meterage
268
Number of Parts
1
Operators
M. Prudnikov, E. Fedorov
Other Creators
A. Baltin (music), I. Kopalin, A. Grigoryan (text).
Release Date
1960
Sound
Has Sound

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