Sight 15.02.1999 (1999)

Telecast №70825, 1 part, duration: 0:40:53
Production: VID
Anchor:Aleksandr Lyubimov, Sergej Bodrov

Reel №1

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Issue devoted to the tenth anniversary of the Soviet withdrawal from Afghanistan.

Personnel news: the beginning of the withdrawal of troops.

A fragment of the documentary "The Rock" (1987, directed by A.E.Uchitel).

Director Sergei Govorukhin of the wars in Afghanistan and Chechnya.

Filming S.S.Govoruhina in Afghanistan in January 1999:

The daily life of Afghans.


Ahmad Shah Massoud of the Taliban.

Camp prisoners.

Ahmad Shah Massoud of the relationship with Russia.

The crossing of militants from Afghanistan to Tajikistan in autumn of 1998.

Comments S.S.Govoruhina and General V.N.Ochirova to shoot: the possibility of providing technical assistance without human intervention.

Comparing the current situation in Afghanistan with the military situation 10 years ago.

Ad unit.

Valery Ochirov responds to questions from the audience.

The plot of the soldiers in Afghanistan, after returning from the war, organized the common cause.

Viktor Fomichev Vladimir Zaitsev, Andrei and Vladimir Lagutkin Hmurchev: path from fungi collection to a private security company and emergency services.

Concert in the Sverdlovsk Oblast prison.

Excerpts interview: how and why the heroes veterans fall into the detention center.

Four friends at a monument to soldiers-internationalists in the day the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan.

Discussion of military brotherhood theme with the guests of the program.


BB Grebenshchikov - Rock musician, poet, composer, public figure. SS Govorukhin - Film director, actor, screenwriter, producer, writer, politician and public figure, Honored Artist of the Ukrainian SSR, People's Artist of the Russian Federation. Ahmad Shah Massoud - the Afghan military and state leaders, the Afghan defense minister. Ochirov VN - Lieutenant General Aviation army, Hero of the Soviet Union, the main adviser of Minister of Internal Affairs.

Calendar: 1989 1998 01.1999

Locations: Afghanistan [250] Yekaterinburg [886]

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