wait me (2007) 09.04.2007
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Gennady Andreevich Abanin is looking for his brother.
Filming in the village of Brichmulla: Victor Andreevich Abanin and Farukh Dadakhodzhaev tell the story of Victor.
Viktor Andreevich Abanin came from Ivanovo to work in Tajikistan after graduation in 1965, a few years later his brother came.
When military operations began in 1991, Gennady returned home with his family, and Viktor refused.
In 1996, on his way to Russia, he was abducted and taken to the mountains, where he lived in slavery for 4-5 years, then fled.
Arriving in Tashkent, Victor lived in the bazaar until he met Farukh Dadakhodzhaev, who helped him.
Viktor Andreevich already went to Moscow, but he was removed from the train because of problems with documents; promised to help restore the passport as soon as possible.
Alexander Pavlyuchenko is looking for a son: Alexander Aleksandrovich Pavlyuchenko, born 1981, died in March 2007 in Kimry, Tver Region.
Vladimir Vadimovich Lapko is looking for a daughter from her first marriage to Irina, whom she has not seen for 24 years; it turned out that Irina was also looking for her father and should come to the shooting.
Shooting in Sochi: 17-year-old Sergei Ozherelyev is in the center for children and adolescents, previously lived in Mineralnye Vody.
The young man is looking for his parents, whom he lost in 1996 in Kizlyar, Dagestan.
The graduates of the 1967 year of the military-technical school of the city of Bagrationovsk (Kaliningrad region) are being sought.
Irina Lapko asks to help her in search of her father, tells her dreams about him.
Home Photography: Irina as a Child.
Meeting with the father.
A video about the adventures of New Zealand girls and Russian sailors.
In 1994, two sailors from the trawler Arzamas met in the New Zealand city of Dunedin with Tina and Melanie.
Jokingly, they invited them to Russia, and they unexpectedly agreed and appeared on the ship on the day of departure.
Igor Zheludev and Alexander Dontsov decided that they would disband the girls in Oakland, where they would return home quietly, but when the equator was behind, it became clear that Arzamas was heading straight for Nakhodka.
Almost to the end of the voyage, the girls hid on the ship and arrived in Russia without money and documents.
Meanwhile, their families turned to the police and declared missing in the international wanted list.
To restore the details of this trip, the program searches for the crew members of the Arzamas trawler that were on that flight, April-May 1994, New Zealand-Nakhodka.
Artemida Epstein is looking for her father: Alexander Efimovich Epstein, date of birth 14.12.1960, in 1999 after a divorce from his wife moved to Israel, the connection was interrupted in 2000.
Natalia Merinova is looking for her son: Alexey Merinov, born in 1997, disappeared on February 18, 2007 in Lipetsk.
Elena Firsova, born in 1987, is looking for a childhood friend: Vladimir Osipov, born in 1983, was friends in Ferghana, parted in 1998 after the Osipov family moved to Russia.
Nelly Sergeevna (she did not name her surname) from Irkutsk is looking for her sister, whom she left in 1955 after her mother's death, when Nelly and her brother were in orphanages, and Ulyana was adopted by the Klyusik family.
After the death of the adoptive parents, Ulyana also tried to find her sister, but through the Internal Affairs Directorate of the Irkutsk region it was not possible to do so, since she did not know the proper names and surnames, and then her children appealed to the program and sent the children's photos of their mother.
Meeting the sisters in the studio.
Search by photos.
Vladimir Andreevich Egorenko, born in 1919, probably born in the Smolensk region; was convicted on a political article, served time in Khabarovsk, then in Komsomolsk-on-Amur, did not return from prison; is wanted by her daughter Valentina.
The pupil of the orphanage Nina Alexandrovna does not know her real name, only knows that she was lost on March 23, 1944 at the station in Kurgan.
Nikolai Vasilievich Kolmakov in 1955-1956 served in the Arkhangelsk region, not far from the village of Vozhgora, where he met Taisia Galyova, who later had a daughter; is wanted by the daughter.
After the end of the war in 1945 Bronislaw Mikolauskas wrote a letter home to Lithuania, but since the letter came from Sweden, the mother was frightened and destroyed him, and now Bronislava is being looked for by his sister.
In the photo, brother and sister Valentin and Irina Cherikov with his mother, in 1946 Valentin left Shanghai to Nakhodka with a group of children who wanted to study in the USSR, was assigned to the school of a young fisherman fleet, the last letter was sent in October 1946; later friends told that he had left school, settled on a private ship and planned to go abroad, his sister Irina is still looking for him.
Alexey Volkov disappeared in October 2006 in Kohtla-Järve (Estonia), he has diabetes, needs a medicine.
Anatoly Alexandrovich Radishevsky disappeared on July 8, 2006 in Makeyevka.
Vadim Nikolaevich Lyakhov disappeared on the night of October 31 to November 1, 2006 near the village of Mostostroy, about 10 km from Vladimir.
Eugene Bespalko disappeared in May 2002 in the Krasnoyarsk Territory.
In 1996, Sabir Valiyev left Tbilisi for Baku, then for Nefteyugansk, sent the last telegram in 1998 from Tarko-Sale, YaNAO.
Sergei Aleksandrov disappeared in 1998 in the Izmailovo area, Moscow.
Sergei Slobodyanyuk disappeared in July 2006 in Khimki, Moscow region.
Lydia Grigorievna and her eldest son Andrei are looking for the youngest son and brother of Arthur, whom his father took to Armenia in the summer of 1989 after parting with his mother (the names are not named).
Video from the city of Gyumri: Arthur talks about the old dream of seeing his mother again.
Meeting in the studio.
Uzbekistan  Krasnodar region  Armenia 
Family; International cooperation