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Premiere of "The Power of Solovki". (1988)

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Scene №1 Premiere of "The Power of Solovki"

Stills from the documentary film by Marina Goldovskaya "Solovki Power," in 1988:

Solovki Monastery - view (top).

Engraving.

Newsreel 20-ies.:

Dead bodies in the snow.

The audience before the premiere.

Consider Agitplakat Soviet times, photographs, cartoons on the walls.

AD Sakharov and Elena Bonner, among the spectators: talk, say hello to your friends.

Academician AD. Likhachev in the audience, talking.

Interview with film director Marina Goldovskaya.

Stills from the film propaganda A. Cherkasov, "Solovki", 1927-1928,.:

Inmates with suitcases go system.

Enter the prison building.

The staff of the camp.

Inmates talk with the camp authorities.

Turned over a criminal case.

Prisoners get up out of bed, dress up.

DS Likhachev - close-up.

Newsreel 20-30s.:

The festive demonstration in Red Square.

People with banners and portraits of Lenin and Stalin.

Columns on the Red Square, the Basilica of St.

Basil (above).

Stalin on the platform: smiling, waving his hand.

Pictures M. Goldovskaya:

The wooden crosses in the woods.

Hall of the House of Cinema: the audience.

The applause in the hall.

Marina Goldovsky in the hall.

On stage, former prisoners of the Solovki camp:

S. Epstein

ED Lagutin

O. Adam-Sliozberg

ZD Marchenko

O. Wolves

DS Likhachev.

Hall stands.

A minute of silence.

Key words

repression, the camp

Personnel

D.S. Lihachev -- academician
A.D. Saharov -- academic, political activist, a dissident
E.G. Bonner - public figure
Marina Goldovskaya -- documentary filmmaker
S.I. Epshtejn -- former prisoner of Solovki camp
E.D. Lagutin -- former prisoner of Solovki camp
O.L. Adamova-Sliozberg -- writer and former prisoner of Solovki camp
Z.D. Marchenko -- former prisoner of Solovki camp
O.V. Volkov -- writer, former prisoner of Solovki camp

Calendar

1988

Locations

Moscow, Russia

Culture and Arts