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Sight (1997) 25.04.1997

Film-document №70985 1 part, Duration: 0:40:17.48 to collection Price category V2
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Anchorperson: Aleksandr Lyubimov, Sergej Bodrov

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Visiting Alexander Lyubimov's father Palladium from the Vladimir region.

Palm Sunday in troop temple in Nakhabino.

Nikolai Kislichka father a soldier who was killed in Chechnya, tells the story of the construction of the temple.

Filming in Grozny 08.01.1995 Maxim Kislichka and other dead soldiers.

After returning from the war brother-Eugene Nikitenko was helping his father in the construction and Maxim still lives at the temple.

Father Palladius tells of an attempted robbery of the temple.

The priest, the nuns and parishioners protected the temple in arms and defused gang steals and resell icons.

"Cloud Keepers".

Senior forester forestry Zlynkovsky Yuri Filimohin recalls the events after the Chernobyl accident.

Flying to Moscow was stopped and shot a cloud over the border of the Bryansk and Gomel regions.

In villages Svyatsk and red stone are still living people, in spite of the level of radiation above the permissible limits.

For 10 years, protected areas rangers received a record radiation dose, but continue to live and work in forestry.

Woodward Viktor Tolkachev of statistics on sick leave.

Children do not really understand the conditions in which they live.

Due to the unpredictability of radiation spread adults do not see any sense to move somewhere else.

Yuri Filimohin to withhold information from the people.

Report by Sergei Bodrov from Sheremetyevo Airport.

Student Nina Petrova Ufa and Albanian cadet Kazim Bakey, story of friendship by correspondence.

Meet Nina and Kazim 37 years later.

Please find another girlfriend - Muscovite Natalia Dashkevich.

Palladium Father congratulates the audience with religious holidays.

Calendar

08/01/1995

Locations

Moscow region [788] The Chechen Republic [756] Bryansk region [771]

Religion; Wars, conflicts and disasters; The Chernobyl accident