Why Was the Olympic Bear (the mascot of the Olympics -1980 in Moscow) Crying.. (1980)
AnnotationThe film tells about the holding of the Olympics-80 in Moscow, on the boykott of Moscow Olympic Games by the USA administration.
Temporary descriptionMoscow 1980. Misha on the podium. USA. Courtroom. President J. Carter says the refusal of American athletes to go to the Olympics in Moscow. Hall of Customs. Inspection. Brochures, leaflets seized during inspection. The head of the diplomatic mission of the U.S. leaving Moscow. Shooting a bear target. Coat of arms of the USSR. Arrival in Moscow participants and guests of the Olympiad. Olympic village. Stadium. The opening ceremony of the Olympics. Press Center. Press conference. Interview with (simultaneously in English). The parade of athletes. Regatta in the sea. Runners. Men's high jump. Swimming. Cyclists on the road. Archery. Competitions on the bar. Men's pole vault, through the barrier. Begun in France J. Marajó on a treadmill. Photos in newspapers, defaming the Olympic Games in Moscow. "Race protest" tourists from the United States. Dancing in the Olympic village. Tancujut athletes. The closing ceremony of the Olympic Games. Says Lord Killani. Delegations at the stadium. Turns off the fire in the cup, flies Misha Olympian - the emblem of the Moscow Olympics.
Closing the Olympics 80.
U.S. - at the meeting to the President J. Carter (simultaneously in English).
The work of Soviet customs, confiscated illegal literature, leaflets, etc.
U.S. ambassador leaves Moscow on the eve of the Olympics.
Arrival of foreign visitors to the Olympics (filmed at the border).
Grand opening of the Olympics.
Work Press Center headed by the Deputy Chairman of the organizing committee of the Olympic Games VI Popov, press conference (synchronous).
Athletic performance at the Olympics.
American and British reporters are interviewed (simultaneously in English) at a press conference.
Speech French runner J. Marozho.
Interview Irish coach (simultaneously in English).
Photos in foreign newspapers.
Tourists from the United States was "race protest" are interviewed, photographed.
Dancing in the Olympic Village.
Say, a tourist from Puerto Rico, a Swiss sports commentator, judoka from Brazil, a team representative of Belgium.
Closing of the Olympics-80 and delivers Lord Killanin - President of the International Olympic Committee, the Olympic flame is extinguished, are participants whose flies "Bear-Olympian."