Religion in Russia in the XX century. (1990 - 1999)

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Movie №1 Religion in Russia in the XX century

Cameraman Vladislav Mikosha rides in the car.

Newsreel 30's.:

Destruction of churches.

Endure utensils, throw crosses and so on.

Interview of V. Mikosha.

Newsreel 30's.:

Cathedral of Christ the Savior.

CCS explosion, collapse.

Pool "Moscow" - view.

1989: Meeting of MS Gorbachev and Pope John Paul II.

The streets of Moscow.

Interview of writer Vladimir Volkov (in French).

Rural church service.

Caves Monastery.

Monks of obedience.



The religious education of children.

Sacraments of baptism, wedding.

Lenin's Mausoleum, the change of the guard of honor.

The queue at the mausoleum.

Corridor of Home of atheism in Moscow.

Newsreel 30's.:

Parade on Red Square.

Stalin on the platform.


Restoration of churches.

Priest Paul Adelgeym.

The Christian Democrats.


Ukrainian Catholics rally.

The streets of the city.

Village in western Ukraine.

Family at the table.

Rural church.

Children sledding downhill.


Piles Street (winter), passers-by.

Cancer Hospital, patients.

A nurse at the hospital.


Parishioners at the cathedral in the service.

The streets of Vilnius.

Gediminas Avenue, Drama.

Gediminas Tower.


Jewish school in the Moscow synagogue.

Interview rabbi.


Mosque in Bukhara.

Muezzin call for prayer.

Smiths, and interviews.

Bukhara bazaar.

Laying flowers at the members of the Communist Party of Uzbekistan to the bust of Lenin.

Mosque, praying woman.

Interview mullahs.

Muslims pray.



The streets of Leningrad.

Hare Krishnas.


Interview Vladimir Volkov.

The streets of Moscow, the queue.

Vladimir Volkov, walk the dog.

Ninetieth Volkov.

The streets of Moscow, people.


Vladimir Volkov -- French writer Vladislav Mikosha -- director of photography, documentary Pavel Adeljgejm -- Russian Orthodox priest, theologian, writer Ioann Pavel II (Karolj Vojtila) -- Pope M.S. Gorbachev -- state and political figure



Social life; Religion