Ural Mountains' Video Chronicle 2002 № 1 Real life of the emerald city.

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Producer Sverdlovsk newsreel studio

Director: Koteljnikova L.

Script writers: Bichkov D.

Operators: Ilyuhin L., Kireev V.


The issue is about the plight of the villagers named I.M.Malysheva Sverdlovsk region that has developed after stopping the emerald mines.

Reel №1

Go down the street people.

It opens the door.

People come into the building, similar to a barn.

The descent down the stairs.

The woman opens the door.

The crystal in his hands.

With reporters talking bailiff A.Zorin.

Winter forest.


Shahterske equipment.

View on quarry.

Barking dog.

Entrance to the factory building.

An empty hall, bell sitting at the entrance.

Machine Halls.

Gas station, a story of women.

The man brings in a city apartment kitchen wood stove and melt.

Geranium on the window.

Factory buildings.

He tells ogranschitsa emeralds.

On the way, the bus rides.

Residential houses.

Man drowns stove and tells about her device.

The fire in the stove, the owner closes the valve.


The documents and stationery items on the table.

He tells the employee Economic Crimes Yu.


The stones on the table.

Lesson breakdancing in the children's club "Tower".

Entrance to the club.

Alternating: the director of the club L.Abramova, drawing a circle.

Girl with a homemade soft toy.

View to the yard.

Says the deputy of the State Duma N.A.Ovchinnikov.

Gas Station.

Says the owner of the stove in the kitchen.

Drawing on the wall.

Man feels the battery of central heating.

Banks on the windowsill.


Natural landscape.

Children respond to journalists' questions.

Abandoned Quarry.

Tells A.Zorin.

The crystal in his hands.

Bailiffs packed crystal.


Nikolai Ovchinnikov - Russian state and public figure, Honored Lawyer of Russia, Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs Fellow.


Sverdlovsk region


Winter [823]

Russian cities and regions; Industry