All is not lost. ("Global pressure - II"). (1988)
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AnnotationAbout 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.
What is the mass culture and the consequences of its spread.
Exposition of the National Museum in Lagos (Nigeria).
Master carvers: craftsmen.
Reflections M. Mastroianni about heroes - "Superhuman" in Western movies.
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."
Pyramid of the Moon and the Sun in Mexico.
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).
Features Japanese fairytales.
Exhibition of contemporary consumer electronics in Tokyo.
Japan: the social life.
Key wordsForeign countries; art; Cinematography; city; Museums; public life.