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Abstract
A film about youth problems. A group of young people - "metalworkers" stands in the courtyard of the house number 10 on Bolshaya Sadovaya Street in Moscow, where the Soviet writer Mikhail Bulgakov lived. Entrance hall of Bulgakov's house, painted with drawings depicting the heroes of Mikhail Bulgakov's novel "The Master and Margarita". The film's operator S. Ulyanov interviews "metalworkers" and young men - admirers of Mikhail Bulgakov's work, who want to create a museum of the writer in his former apartment. Rooms of Bulgakov's apartment occupied by employees of one of the Soviet organizations. Guides conduct excursions in the courtyard of Bulgakov's house. Admirers of MA Bulgakov's creativity in the district committee of the Komsomol of the Krasnopresnensky district of Moscow, one of them reads out an application for assistance in the overhaul of the house and apartment in which Mikhail Bulgakov lived, the creation of the writer's museum. Dialogue between the first secretary of the district committee of the Komsomol and the authors of the statement.
Director
O. Lebedev
Color
Color
Film ID
32219
Keywords
cinematography
, literature
, youth organizations
, residential houses
, utilities
, excursion work
Meterage
528,6
Number of Parts
2
Operators
A. Zaitsev, S. Ulyanov
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
1987
Sound
Has Sound

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