Chukotka syndrome. Film. "Land's End".. (1990)
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AnnotationBoth films of the series "Chukotka syndrome" was filmed during the first joint Soviet-French expedition led by French scientist Jean Malory. The film is set in a small Chukchi village of Uelen. People talk about themselves, their problems, wistfully recall how they used to live in yarangas, as they were resettled in villages. Excellent photography: the life of the Northern peoples, everyday life, school, sea hunting, carving workshop with excellent local Handicrafts, nature, sea. The painting raises questions of preservation and further development of a unique civilization.
The film was filming the daily lives of the peoples inhabiting Chukotka including: Cemetery Locations in the bay, ensemble rehearsal "Ergyron" (sinhr.), hunting walrus ivory work of the artist.
Interview with Professor J. Molar (sinhr.).
Key wordsNational life. Hunting. Scientific communications. Expedition. Arts and crafts. Music. Dance.