Sight (1996) 05/10/1996
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Poet Rasul Gamzatov on May 9, 1996, toasted in honor of the Victory Day and veterans of the Great Patriotic War during a festive feast in the village of Pervomaiskoye in Chechnya.
Videorecording: celebrating the Victory Day in Gorky Park.
Veterans talk about their military way, they talk about the war in Chechnya.
A guest of the program, film director Pyotr Todorovsky, talks about people who passed the war, the situation in the country after the war, the reasons for hazing in the army, their creativity.
The plot of the war veteran Hakim Izmailov, who saved two Russian soldiers from captivity in Chechnya.
Izmailov with his family.
Izmailov circle of relatives and neighbors tells about his participation in the Great Patriotic War, hoisting him one of the red banners at the Reichstag.
Photos of Izmailov.
A document on the conferment of the title of Hero of Russia to Izmailov.
Video chronicle: Izmailov participates in the transfer of Russian prisoners of war on the border of Dagestan and Chechnya, personally meets them.
Meeting of soldiers released from captivity with their parents in the office of the head of the Khasavyurt administration.
The head of the district administration, Beksultanov, gives a speech in honor of Khakim Izmailov.
Released from captivity with their parents, the story behind the scenes is the circumstances of their captivity.
Izmailov celebrates Victory Day at home.
Guests of the program doctors Oleg Gevelin and Zurab Kekelidze talk about the state and state of Russian health of the pilots who are in captivity in Kandahar, the conditions of their detention.
Portraits of pilots.
Oleg Gevelin and Zurab Kekelidze talk about attempts and measures being taken to free the pilots.
Report from Rostov on the Don on the street Dranko.
The search for the street by the correspondents of Vzglyada, a poll of passers-by.
The sons of the Hero of the Soviet Union Pilot Petro Dranko Igor and Sergei talk about their lives and the efforts they have made to rename the street in honor of his father.
The Dranko brothers talk about their father and the need to remember the ancestral roots.
The plot is about Major Izmailov, who returned from Chechnya.
Meeting Izmailova with former colleagues in the military enlistment office in Zhukovsky.
Fragment of the interview of Major Izmailov from November 24, 1995 on his decision to go to serve in Chechnya.
Video chronicle: Izmaylov among his colleagues in a tent near Grozny on February 23, 1996.
Izmaylov is in position.
Izmailov during a business trip to Moscow, talking with former colleagues on the military enlistment office.
Izmailov talks about soldiers and officers serving in Chechnya.
PersonnelGamzatov Rasul Gamzatovich - poet, prose writer Todorovsky Petr Efimovich - film director, screenwriter, actor
Holidays; Armed conflicts; Army; Directed by movie