Dreams before dawn. (1989)
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AnnotationThe film is based on real events that occurred in Orel prison in September 1941, when it was shot without trial 141 inmates subsequently acquitted.
Reel №1 Dreams before dawn
The film is based on real events that occurred in Orel prison in September, 1941 and tells the story of 154-x prisoners who on September 10, 1941 without trial were shot (in another version - drowned).
The film features the mock shooting: prisoners, men, women, teens sitting on the floor in the prison cells, take food, take part in the concert performances.
NKVD dictates stenographer text that prints on a typewriter.
Photos of people spinning in the air and fall to the dirty and wet ground.
Crumbling prison building.
Schoolgirl playing hopscotch on the pavement.
People with raised hands behind his head down the stairs in the entrance of a house.
The film includes duplicating taken: rat running across the floor of a prison cell, climbs on the glass window.
Many photos with portraits of different people flying in the air.
Empty prison cell with a sink in the corner.
PNRM. Locked grating chamber.
Key wordsRepression. NKVD. Places of detention. Political propaganda. Telegraph. Music.
Social life; Defense and internal security