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All is not lost. ("Global pressure - II"). (1988)

Film-document №51498 6 parts, Duration: 1:00:03.68 to collection Price category A

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Producer LSDF

Director: N. Boronin

Script writers: N.Boronin

Operators: S. Ivanyuhin

Composers: M.Kamilov

Recordist: V.Petriashvili

Annotation

About the originality of national cultures, representing different continents, their problems are well-known people from different countries of the world: the writer G. Marquez, a Japanese musician, Asuci Akutagawa, the Mexican artist Alberto Beltran, Indian actor Shashi Kapoor and many others.

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1h.

What is the mass culture and the consequences of its spread.

Exposition of the National Museum in Lagos (Nigeria).

Master carvers: craftsmen.

2h.

Reflections M. Mastroianni about heroes - "Superhuman" in Western movies.

3h.

Shasha Kapoor, actor and producer of Indian cinema.

Types streets of Jaipur (India).

Old Delhi: Red Fort, Pearl Mosque, etc.

Work Indian carvers, chasers.

Indian folk festival "Raksha Bandhan" - a holiday family togetherness. "Column of happiness."

4h.

Pyramid of the Moon and the Sun in Mexico.

Types of

Mexico City.

Palace of Fine Arts: exposure.

Arts and crafts fair: handicrafts.

Mexico's National Museum of Ethnography: exposure.

Conversations with Mexican boys and girls about their preferences in culture (music).

5h.

Types of

Tokyo (Japan).

Features Japanese fairytales.

Exhibition of contemporary consumer electronics in Tokyo.

6h.

Japan: the social life.

Key words

Foreign countries; art; Cinematography; city; Museums; public life.

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