They that trust in thee let us not perish.. (1991)
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Footage chronicles prerevolutionary Moscow. 1912 people in Cathedral Square, exit and pass the royal family, the passage of the clergy, Metropolitan Macarius blesses the royal family; procession.
Personnel chronicles different years: the removal of church bells, the destruction of churches, Patriarch Tikhon in Red Square in 1918, the anti-religious demonstrations, icons and church vessels carried out of the temple;
Relics of St.
Sergius of Radonezh autopsy, the confiscation of church property;
views of Red Square, the Cathedral of Christ the Savior in Moscow in 1928;
arrested monks and priests under escort, the nuns in exile;
meeting of the NKVD, the clergy in the dock, the museum club atheists in the building of the temple;
prisoners in the Solovetsky camps territory Solovetsky camps, prisoners work on railway construction, tree felling.
City of Moscow.
Meeting shrine with the relics of Seraphim of Sarov at the railway station.
Procession with the relics.
Present Patriarch Alexy II. Land, buildings, temples, landscapes Diveevskogo monastery.
The destruction of the monastery.
Diveevskaya nuns Seraphim, Marguerite gives interviews (synchronously).
Interview father Victor (Shipovalnikova).
Holy Transfiguration Monastery.
Tomb Tavriona father.
Father Vladimir gives interviews (synchronously).
Father Tikhon Prilesskogo interview (synchronously).
Abandoned barracks destroyed in Stalin's camps.
Key wordsRepression. State power. Christianity. Antireligious propaganda. Court. Places of detention. Trains. Timber industry.