A man from the future.. (1990)
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AnnotationThe film is about the inventor of new types of weapons, the millionaire Bernard Benson who sells shares of all companies leave the United States to France, changed philosophy, began to study Eastern culture, writing children's books. Bernard Benson - man, fantastically wealthy in inventive patents on various types of weapons, including a remote control system for torpedoes, the principle of flight of missiles with homing heads, wing Delta for supersonic aircraft, systems, computers, etc. - total more than 100 patents. In thirty-six years he has sold 30 of its major companies and left the United States to France. He changed not only the lifestyle, but and attitude, have changed their philosophy. Now he writes children's books, into Eastern culture and experiencing true pleasure from their new life. The film tells about the moral turn of this amazing man.
B. Benson talking to a journalist (simultaneous translation) at home and on the terrace of the house of Benson.
Wife Benson - Maryse - showing the family album to a journalist.
Photos from the family album Benson.
Military personnel chronicle: flying airplanes; a floating U.S. airbase, rocket takes off.
Types of streets of nice (France); Benson and his wife are on the streets. B. Benson talking with her daughters.
Young people ride the rides in the Park nice. B. Benson shows his book - "the Book of peace," written for children.
A fragment of military parade. B. Benson speaks to reporters at a press conference on the publication of his book "Alice in the country of the money.
Rural landscapes; the ancient castle in France. B. Benson rides in the car.
Journalists talk with the head of the centre of Buddhist thought and philosophy in Montmartre, Reverend Shalom Ampule (simultaneous translation).
Journalists talk with a French businessman, Conicera (simultaneous translation).
Types of streets in Paris. B. Benson says of himself (synchronous translation).
Key wordsCity transport. Architecture. Buddhism. USA. Armed forces. France. Literature. Social and family life. City. Nature. Settlements. Leisure. Media.