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The Islands.

The Islands.

Ethnographic and scenery films

Film 22 On one of the biggest lakes of Kareliya there are over seventy minor islands.

Yuma.

Yuma.

Ethnographic and scenery films

Film 23 Yuma, in Karelian, means huge, roaring. The word may be used to describe the world surrounding the protagonist of the film, at one hand, and the numerous thresholds and falls of Northern Kareliya...

The Circus.

The Circus.

Ethnographic and scenery films

Film 24 This film is an attempt to express a discharged, objective view on our Globe, on our CIRCUS.

The Copresence.

The Copresence.

Ethnographic and scenery films

Film 25 This film continues the series of films by Alexander Sveshnikov Returning to the nature (Belomorye, The Sayani Mountains, The Eremite).

The Mad March.

The Mad March.

Ethnographic and scenery films

Film 26 March, the first month of spring. Blizzards are sweeping, rains are pouring, and the sun is shining. A mad weather. The soul would tense for heat, but the body for actions.

Moscow, the Images of Love.

Moscow, the Images of Love.

Ethnographic and scenery films

Film 27 This film was made up in 1997 when the echoes of the political and economic accidents still continued to shake Moscow, unrecognizably deforming its habitual shape, thus alienating the favourite city from its citizens.

The Kremlins Gold.

The Kremlins Gold.

Ethnographic and scenery films

Film 28 The gold ornaments, the daily life subjects, the weapons all that the Gold Collection of the Kremlin consists of, actually, is a live, fascinating and passionate history of Russia.