Queue (1988)

Documentary №76240, 2 parts, duration: 0:17:04, black-white
Production: Nizhne-Volzhskaya newsreel studio
Director:M. Ivanova
Screenwriters:M. Ivanova
Camera operators:L. Denisov
Text authors:D. Popova
Sound mixer:V. Kolodeznij
Other authors:A. Sapronov



The film is about the negative consequences of the administrative-command measures to combat alcoholism.

Reel №1

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Types of streets and squares of Volgograd, people on the streets.

Tram rides, the queue at the grocery store for the alcohol.

The people in line talking about the reasons they purchase alcoholic beverages, the lack of commodities (synchronously).

Turn, rushes in the door of the store, the police officer cuts off the flow.

The people in the shop ran to the shelves.

Anti-alcohol poster and schedule for the sale of vodka.

The sale of alcoholic beverages to customers.

Store Manager L. Mokrova answers the question "who is turn?", indicates the inefficiency of increasing the price of alcohol, about the alternative ways of struggle against drunkenness (synchronously).

Buyers pay for the goods.

People are pushing each other at the entrance to the wine Department, a long queue.

Deputy chief of detox Goncharov speaks of those who stand in the queue for alcohol, about the low effectiveness of the decree for the suppression of drunkenness, the increase in the number of toxic poisoning (synchronously).

Behalf of clients of the detox.

Interviews with clients detox in a state of alcoholic intoxication.

Client lead for the procedure.

The queue at the liquor store, people go out with a shopping bag full of bottles of wine.

People in turn resent the current situation in the liquor traffic, require to solve this problem (synchronously).

Illegal sale of alcoholic beverages by speculators.

Employee of Executive Committee, Secretary of the Commission to combat drunkenness G. Efanov says the hasty adoption of the decree on the fight against drunkenness and inefficiency of the administrative-command measures, to increase brewing (synchronously).

The police conducted a search in the house of bootleggers.

The removal of the confiscated beer.

The face of samogonschitsa.

A police officer shows the contents of the cans.

Calendar: 1988

Locations: Volgograd [946]

Seasons: Winter [823]

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People in line at the liquor store.

Serial number on the man's hand, standing in the queue.

People at the fence agree on the selling moonshine.

The police officer suggests the order in the queue.

The Chairman of city society of struggle for sobriety And Puzanov says the low efficiency of the companies, the reluctance of people to join the temperance society, about the ineffectiveness of the measures taken (synchronously).

The production process in the forge plant.

The workers of the plant "Red October", standing in line, disgusted with the situation, talking about the inability to buy alcohol for the New year (synchronously).

People crowd around the entrance to the store.

Drunk clients detox.

Doctor to put an IV to one of my customers.

Psychiatrist I. Mirina said the increase in the number of alcoholic psychoses from-for poisonings with alcohol substitutes, the increase in brewing (synchronously).

The doctors help the patients in state of alcoholic psychosis.

Detox clients receive medications at the nurse's station.

A working TV.

Clients detox on the beds.

Customers play chess.

The view from the window of the drunk tank.

The people in line offer their own measures and methods for the suppression of drunkenness (synchronously).

The faces of the people standing in line for alcohol, the police officer in the doorway of the store.

An orchestra plays, festivities in the Park.

Panorama of the festivities.

View of the streets and squares of Volgograd.

Calendar: 1988

Locations: Volgograd [946]

Seasons: Winter [823]

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