Panorama № 2 (1992)

Newsreel №78345, 1 part, duration: 0:10:20
Production: LSDF


Philosophical reasoning. Boris Dmitrievich Sokolov, editor of the large-circulation newspaper of the flax mill in the city of Privolzhsk, talks about the key to the mysteries of Biblical texts.

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Street of the city of Privolzhsk.

People are coming.

Empty store shelves.

An elderly woman at an empty freezer in a store.

The saleswoman gives out bread.

Vodka is on display in the window.

The queue at the store.

Two people are talking on the street.

A sheet of paper with calculations.

B. D. Sokolov talks about the book by Professor Vorontsov-Velyaminov "The Riddle of Distant Worlds".

View of the church in Privolzhsk.

Sokolov talks about his number theory.

Sokolov talks about the influence of biblical texts on him.

A horse-drawn sleigh is driving down the street.

People are walking around the city.

A motorcycle passes by.

A disabled person is riding a bicycle down the street.

The destroyed bell tower.

Sokolov's assistant is a worker of the flax mill Volodya.

View of the Pro-Volga Church of St.

Nicholas the Wonderworker.

Sokolov and Volodya disassemble the drawings of the dome of the church.

On the wall is a thematic map of the newspaper, the editor of which is Sokolov.

Sokolov examines a fresh copy of the newspaper.

Sokolov is in the printing house, talking to a typesetter.

The machine prints a newspaper.

Sokolov explains his theory.

Sokolov opens the Bible.

View of the church.

Monument to V. I. Lenin.

Privozhsk Street, the bus is coming.

Panorama of the city, with a church in the background.

View of the church.

A building with storefronts, women are talking.

Panorama of the street, next to the car a sleigh with a horse.

Shopping malls.

A woman with an old wooden sled.

A store, people are walking by.

People are crowding in the courtyard of the store.

Sokolov and Vladimir are walking around the city.

Panorama of the square with a view of the church.

Pigeons on the square.

Locations: Privolzhsk

Seasons: Winter [823]

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