Red Pola.. (1990)

Film-document №39404 3 parts, Duration: 0:25:37.267 to collection Price category G

Part 1 digitized in HD 0:08:45

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Producer Centrnauchfilm (CNF)

Director: Kryuchkin V.


The film is not recommended for viewing by persons under 18 years of age, there are scenes of ill-treatment and killing of animals. The story of the revival of ancient Chukotka eskimo whale festival - Polly raises thorny environmental problem associated with the destruction of whales and walruses for the sake of losing Arctic Fox fur farms.

Ecology | Traditions and customs | National culture

Reel №1 Red Pola.

Sea landscape.

Shaman with a tambourine around the campfire on the seashore.

Group of people on the beach welcomes visitors from Alaska to China holiday.

A group of people of the whale on the beach.

Children and adults pulling whale Eskimo Eskimo women perform dance festival participants perform ceremonies China holiday, take part in various competitions.

Inuit hunting walrus.

Eskimo walrus hunters pulled from the water.

Huskies commit ritual dance.

Women treated present walrus meat.

Key words

Peoples of the North





Culture and Arts; Social life

Reel №2

Eskimo women dancing.

American Eskimos watching rite.

Seeing guests from Alaska.

Yield hunters in the sea.

Hunting for walrus, whales.

Slaughtered animals pulled from the water, cut up on the shore.

Making minced meat from slaughtered animals.

Type of fur farms.

Foxes in cages.

Interview Brigadier fur farms LI Lunyova (synchronously).

Feed distribution polar foxes.

Industry; Culture and Arts; Social life

Reel №3

Panorama on fur farms.

Butchering a walrus and whale.

View walrus rookeries.

Interview state inspector AS Gajewski (synchronously).

Walruses swim in the water.

View whale cemetery.

Panorama of the Chukchi village.

Old Eskimo with a piece of whale meat in their hands, eat it.

Eskimo sews fur clothing.

Young girl maketh deer skin.

Kind of figures carved from whale bone.

Sea landscape.

Industry; Culture and Arts; Social life