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Are You Going to the Ball?: Tomorrow Is a Holiday

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Are you going to the ball?: An unprecedented look at the Soviet Union's women's gymnastic team. Olga Korbut is featured. (28 min.) 1987.-- Tomorrow is a holiday: Women workers stuff live chickens into metal containers. There is not much difference between the executioners and the victims. (18 min.) 1987.
VHS
1987
Ivy (By Request)
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And the Past Seems But a Dream: Theater Square

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And the past seems but a dream: In 1938 a group of children wrote an idealistic book called 'We are from Igarka.' The director planned to film their rouching reunion 50 years later. But another childhood was revealed: "... a time that was much more painful than the worst nightmare." (67 min.)--Theater square: On June 1, 1988, a hunger strike was organized in Yerevan's historic Theater Square over the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region, populated mainly by Armenians, but located in Azerbaijan. The film portrays this event without commentary or interviews. (26 min.) 1988.
VHS
1988
Ivy (By Request)
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This Is How We Live: Homecoming

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This is how we live: A look at the alienation of many Soviet young people. (30 min.) 1987.--Homecoming: Veterans of the Soviet involvement in Afghanistan returned home with unresolved feelings about a demoralizing and unpopular war. The first film to document the human impact of the Afghan war. (17 min.) 1987.
VHS
1987
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Chernobyl: Chronicle of Difficult Weeks. = the Bam Zone; Permanent Residents

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Chernobyl: This film crew was the first in the disaster zone following the meltdown of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in 1986. They shot continuously for more than three months. Portions of the film are exposed with white blotches--a radiation leakage. (53 min.) 1986.--The bam zone: The Baikal-Amur Mainline Railroad in Siberia is called the longest monument to the stagnation of the Brezhnev years. Behind the marches and songs praising the project, equipment was breaking down, lives were broken and souls became calloused. (18 min.) 1987.
VHS
1986; 1987
Ivy (By Request)