Film
To be continued.. (2003)

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Producer Samara newsreel studio

Director: V.G.Shubin

Operators: A.Nazarov

Annotation

A film about the past and present of the city Chapaevsk (previously - settlement Ivaschenkovo ​​Trotsky).

Reel №1

Part 1

Landscapes.

Chapaevsk city.

Village on the banks of the river.

Rally against the construction of a plant for the destruction of chemical weapons, collecting signatures of protest.

Speaks at a rally woman (synchronously).

Says Mayor Nikolai Malakhov (synchronously) temple building.

Railway station, train.

In the kitchen talking (synchronous) and engineer Sergei Balykin poet Yevgeny Chepurnykh (now working as watchmen).

Portrait of General of Artillery Porfiryevich Vladimir Ivashchenko - builder plant explosives.

Photos (1914-1917gg.) - Rockets, working with machines, LD Trotsky.

Drive along the fence of the plant.

Says the author of the screenplay writer Alexei Solonitsyn (synchronously).

Book Trotsky.

House of the commune.

Part 2

Wheels train.

Station building, the House of Culture.

Monument VIChapaev.

City (top view).

Rally against the construction of a plant for the destruction of chemical weapons, is a woman.

Factory shop.

Guard.

Card Index dead at the factory.

Rockets.

People work in spacesuits (same - photos).

Destroyed factory.

Temple, mosaic on temple.

Travel on the street.

Documents for the construction of the temple.

Say S.Balykin and E.Chepurnyh (synchronously).

Part 3

Travel around the city.

Area.

Monument VIChapaev.

Say S.Balykin and E.Chepurnyh (synchronously).

Bunches of rowan.

A woman with a child.

Kids playing soccer.

Square.

Temple.

Malakhov says (synchronously).

Chapaevka river.

Landscape.

Lake Ilmen.

Horses.

School building.

Key words

Conversion. Defense industry. Ammunition. Trains. The First World War. Civil War. Christianity. Flora. Population. Life. Sports.