The Soviet Exhibition Hall in Izmir.. (1962)

Film-document №5743 2 parts, Duration: 0:19:07 to collection Price category A
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Producer CSDF (RCSDF)

Director: Sergienko R.

Script writers: Sergienko R.

Operators: Epifanov G.

Composers: Ter-Tatevosyan D.

Anouncers: Smolenskiy Ya.


Works of art - paintings, sculptures,. temples, constructed by the people.

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The idea of the film: the terrestrial world is infinitely large, but very fragile. A person living in this world, not only the creator, and destroyer. All that has been created by mankind over tyasyachelety, vulnerable to the threat of thermonuclear holocaust. Sculpture of ancient Greece, ancient Egypt (the Sphinx, Nefertiti), "David", "Moses" of Michelangelo B., "The Thinker" Rodin, A.; Assyrian reliefs. Monuments of architecture: a Buddhist temple, the Chinese pagoda, the Church of the Intercession on the Nerl (Russia), Reims Cathedral (Notre-Dame, France), St. Basil's Cathedral on Red Square. Painting: "Sistine Madonna" by S. Raphael, "Madonna Litta by Leonardo da Vinci painting P. Gauguin, I. Levitan, V. Vereshchagin. Atomic explosion, the explosion of the hydrogen bomb. Ruins, destroyed buildings. Painting: "Hiroshima". The anti-war demonstrations. Speech by Khrushchev (synchronously), calling for general and complete disarmament. In the film, sound poetry Turkish poet Nazim Hikmet in the performance Ya Smolensky.

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