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Glasnost Film Festival Vol. 05 - Scenes at a Fountain and The Limi
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Glasnost Film Festival Vol. 5: Scenes at a Fountain and The Limit. The ironic title of Scenes refers to a powerful, rumbling column of fire--the world's largest natural gas fire, which burned over one year on the shores of the Caspian Sea. Flames shot 600 feet high. The film dramatically documents the courageous firemen who risked their lives to cap the howling 600 foot high blaze. Directed by Igor Gonopolsky, 1988, 28 mins. The Limit is "a shout of horror about how the terrible catastrophe of drinking condemns a human being." Families are divided, homes are neglected, kids are hungry. A powerful examination of rampant alcoholism in the Soviet Union. Directed by Tatyana Skabard, 1988, 14 mins. Russian with English subtitles.


Product ID: 4788
Category: Movies/Videos
Supporting language: Russian
Platforms/media types: VHS Video Tape