Foreign chronicle 1986 № 23 Nicaragua. Hungary. Czechoslovakia.
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Temporary descriptionFighting in Nicaragua: the soldiers Sandinista National Liberation Front are fighting with the forces of dictator A. Samos. Military camp in the mountains, the soldiers cleaned their arms. Children in the classroom in a school in Nicaragua. Personnel news: the head of the Communist Party of Hungary Bela Kun, speaks at a rally in Budapest. Construction of houses in Hungary. Types of industrial plants. General Secretary of the HSWP J. Kadar speech to the gathering on the square in Budapest, talking to people. Passers-by on the streets of Budapest. Participants of the International Film Festival in Karlovy Vary in Czechoslovakia perform at the opening of the festival, among those present Italian actress, D. Mazin, a Soviet film director E. Klimov. Soviet actor I. Smoktunovskij gives interviews (synchronously). Presentation of prizes to winners of the festival. View of the city.
About attempts to establish a peaceful life in the country, against fighters sandinis tskoy army with U.S. military intervention: unchecked seizure of the U.S. Army Military Advisor Yu Heyzenfasa, on a mission to perebro skeleton weapons somosovskih gangs, preparation of military bases in Honduras for intervention in Nicaragua.
The past and present of the country.
About the 25th International Film Festival in Karlovy Vary.
The highest award "Crystal Globe" was Bennett's Australian anti-war film "Road of Death."