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Until Its Not Too Late

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Abstract
Film-reflection on the problems of the modern world. The international forum "For a nuclear-free world, for the survival of mankind", which took place in Moscow in the winter of 1987 and brought together about a thousand prominent figures of science, culture, art and religion from 80 countries of the world. 1h - The work of the forum. 2h - Forum; street of New York. The forum is attended by the poet B.Sh. Okudzhava. 3h - A lesson in an American school about the Soviet Union. Soviet-American negotiations in Reykjavik in 1986 4h. - The work of the forum. Reagan's video address to the scientists who created nuclear weapons. A. Sakharov's speech at the forum. 5h -Work of the forum. M. Gorbachev's meeting with the participants of the forum. 6h - American Cemetery. Streets of Moscow. Post of human conscience in Germany near the American nuclear bases. American writer Isaac Asimov.
Director
T. Semenov
Color
Color
Film ID
29392
Keywords
borbazamir
Meterage
1680
Number of Parts
6
Operators
V. Baikov, V. Volkov, L. Goncharov, V. Gorbatsky, K. Durnov, B. Kiladze, R. Komm, S. Kondakov, G. Myakishev, V. Nikonov, I. Bgantsev, I. Gunger
Other Creators
scriptwriter G. Borovik
Release Date
1987
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