How it was 12/26/2000 (2000)

Telecast №73829, 1 part, duration: 0:34:54
Production: VID
Anchor:Oleg Shklovskij

Reel №1

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Newsreel of the 1970s: views of New York, behind the scenes a message "Radio Liberty" about the death of writer Sergei Dovlatov (synchronously).

Fragments of the newsreel "Leningrad Newsreel" in 1963: a working day in the editorial office of the journal "Neva", the editor-in-chief Sergei Voronin gives an interview about the meeting of the leaders of the party and government about a meeting with representatives of the creative intelligentsia.

Types of Tallinn in the 1970s.

Kinds Pushkinogorsky reserve, people on excursion.

The editor-in-chief of Zvezda magazine Andrei Ariev speaks about the first stories of Sergei Dovlatov, read by him in 1960, about Dovlatov's work in the 1960s and the 1970s, his poems, the ideological atmosphere of Leningrad in those years, Dovlatov's publications in magazines, the reasons for Dovlatov's move to Tallinn, his life and work in Tallinn, the return of Dovlatov to Leningrad, the attention of the KGB to Dovlatov, the arrest of Dovlatov by the police, the meeting with Dovlatov in New York, the reasons for Dovlatov's departure to the West.

The journalist Mikhail Roginsky speaks about moving Dovlatov to Tallinn, Dovlatov's collection of stories "Compromise", the reasons for his ban and the dismissal of Dovlatov from the newspaper "Soviet Estonia".

Sergei Dovlatov gives an interview about Tallinn (synchronously).

The former editor-in-chief of the Tallinn publishing house Axel Tamm speaks about the reasons for the prohibition of Dovlatov's collection of short stories (synchronously).

Journalist Igor Gaspl recalls his statements against Dovlatov at a meeting of the editorial board of the newspaper "Soviet Estonia" (synchronously).

The writer Elena Skulskaya speaks about her father's advice to Dovlatov "repent," about Dovlatov's correspondence with the Estonian Communist Party Central Committee and the publishing house, about the ironic attitude to the KGB and his other jokes.

Lyudmila Kravets, a former employee of the Pushkinogorsky Reserve, talks about the prototypes of the heroes of Dovlatov's story The Nature Reserve, about Dovlatov's work in Pushkinogorye and his plans for the future.


Dovlatov Sergei Donatovich - writer, journalist Ariev Andrey Yurievich - journalist, literary critic Skulskaya Elena Grigorievna - writer, poetess Voronin Sergey Alekseevich - writer, journalist

Calendar: 12/26/2000

Locations: Moscow [820]

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