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Юрий Гуляев "Песня о тревожной молодости"

Год производства: 1979

Песня о тревожной молодости

Исполнитель: Гуляев Юрий

КЮрий Гуляев "Песня о тревожной молодости"
Yuri Gulyaev "Song of Anxious Youth"

Year of production: 1979

A song about anxious youth

Artist: Yuri Gulyaev

Kury Gulyaev "Song of Anxious Youth"

Two comrades and soldiers of the Red Army, Andrei Nekrasov (O. Yankovsky) and Ivan Karyakin (R. Bykov) were sent by their regimental commander (A. Papanov) on a reconnaissance mission to film the White Army fortifications on the way into Crimea (Perekop). After filming, the engine on their airplane stalled and they were forced to land in unfriendly territory.

As the culmination of a series of misadventures, the friends were going to be executed as spies by their own side. The Colonel appears in time to stop the firing squad.

The second part of the film narrates the assault on Perekop and the Red Army invasion of the Crimea.

The film also features Vladimir Vysotsky as Brusentsov, a cynical and disillusioned officer in Wrangel's Army. He shot Nekrasov down at the end of the film. Karyakin hums his friend's favorite song - "The bullet whizzed and aha!..". Vysotsky's character later shot himself during the Evacuation to Constantinople.

The film's focus is the friendship between two decidedly different characters. Nekrasov is intelligent and war-weary, while Karyakin is simple-minded, yet idealistic and energetic.

Directed by Dziga Vertov. A collection of short excerpts from newsreels and documentary films of Soviet life in the early 1920s made by Vertov and his "Kino-Eye" group.

SONG TEXT

Sa Gradačca bjele kule
Sevdalinka pjesma ori
A brigada "Zmaj od Bosne"
Za svoju se zemlju bori

Oslobodit svaki pedalj zemlje ponosne
Zakletva je ratnika "Zmaja od Bosne"

Zakletvu su Bosni dali
Ne plase se ljutih rana
Na mezarju velikoga
Huseina kapetana.

Zmaj od Bosne neće stati
Sve dok nasa Bosna pati
Zakletva je zmajevima
Sve dušmane protjerati.

ТЕКСТ ПЕСНИ

Sa Gradačca bjele kule
Sevdalinka pjesma ori
A brigada "Zmaj od Bosne"
Za svoju se zemlju bori

Oslobodit svaki pedalj zemlje ponosne
Zakletva je ratnika "Zmaja od Bosne"

Zakletvu su Bosni dali
Ne plase se ljutih rana
Na mezarju velikoga
Huseina kapetana.

Zmaj od Bosne neće stati
Sve dok nasa Bosna pati
Zakletva je zmajevima
Sve dušmane protjerati.

The story is set in the 13th century. The little mermaid sees a prince on a ship from a distance and falls in love with him. Other mermaids mesmerize the sailors into crashing their ship on to the rocks. The mermaid saves the prince from drowning and brings him to shore. A local princess notices the unconscious prince and rescues him. The mermaid wants to marry the prince and swims towards palace where the princess lives. One of the fishermen spots her and they all throw rocks at her. She hides for safety in the canal within the palace. A traveling handyman befriends her. He enlists the help of a local witch who demands her hair and sweet voice for transforming her tail into legs. The witch takes the mermaid's hair but does not take her voice. The traveling handyman contacts the prince who is recovering at the palace and tells him about the mermaid. By then, the mermaid is about to be burned at the stake by the people who had caught her. The prince saves the mermaid and the princess takes the mermaid in her care. The prince fights off a local challenger in a joust to marry the princess. But, the challenger stabs the prince in the back when he was not looking. Everyone abandons the prince now that he is dead. The mermaid begs the witch to revive the prince. The witch does so but warns her that if the prince does not marry the mermaid, she will die. The prince comes back alive but does not marry the mermaid. He marries the princess and the mermaid is destined to die on the same day. The traveling handyman challenges the prince to a fight and is killed. His sacrifice spares the mermaid from death and her soul becomes eternal.

Repentance is set in a small Georgian town. The film starts with the scene of a woman preparing cakes. A man in a chair is reading from a newspaper that the town's mayor, Varlam Aravidze (Avtandil Makharadze) has died. One day after the funeral the corpse of the mayor turns up in the garden of his son's house. The corpse is reburied, only to reappear again in the garden. A woman, Ketevan Barateli (Zeinab Botsvadze), is eventually arrested and accused of digging up the corpse. She defends herself and states that Varlam does not deserve to be buried as he was responsible for a Stalin-like regime of terror responsible for the disappearance of her parents and her friends. She is put on trial and gives her testimony, with the story of Varlam's regime being told in flashbacks.

During the trial, Varlam's son Abel (Avtandil Makharadze) denies any wrongdoings by his father and his lawyer tries to get Ketevan declared insane. Varlam's grandson Tornike (Merab Ninidze) is shocked by the revelations about the crimes of his grandfather. He ultimately commits suicide. Abel himself then throws Varlam's corpse off a cliff on the outskirts of the town.

At the end, the film returns to the scene of the woman preparing a cake. An old woman is asking her at the window whether this is the road that leads to the church. The woman replies that the road is Varlam Street and will not lead to the temple. The old woman replies: "What good is a road if it doesn't lead to a church?"

Repentance is set in a small Georgian town. The film starts with the scene of a woman preparing cakes. A man in a chair is reading from a newspaper that the town's mayor, Varlam Aravidze (Avtandil Makharadze) has died. One day after the funeral the corpse of the mayor turns up in the garden of his son's house. The corpse is reburied, only to reappear again in the garden. A woman, Ketevan Barateli (Zeinab Botsvadze), is eventually arrested and accused of digging up the corpse. She defends herself and states that Varlam does not deserve to be buried as he was responsible for a Stalin-like regime of terror responsible for the disappearance of her parents and her friends. She is put on trial and gives her testimony, with the story of Varlam's regime being told in flashbacks.

During the trial, Varlam's son Abel (Avtandil Makharadze) denies any wrongdoings by his father and his lawyer tries to get Ketevan declared insane. Varlam's grandson Tornike (Merab Ninidze) is shocked by the revelations about the crimes of his grandfather. He ultimately commits suicide. Abel himself then throws Varlam's corpse off a cliff on the outskirts of the town.

At the end, the film returns to the scene of the woman preparing a cake. An old woman is asking her at the window whether this is the road that leads to the church. The woman replies that the road is Varlam Street and will not lead to the temple. The old woman replies: "What good is a road if it doesn't lead to a church?"

This scene from a TV drams shows the BUF's Fourth Anniversary demonstration, which was to take place in East London which was to become the media's 'Battle of Cable Street.' Several thousand Blackshirts were to march from the Royal Mint to Limehouse, Shoreditch, Bow and Bethnal Green in each of which Mosley would speak.

For weeks Communists agitated to prevent it taking place and on the day, October 4th, they erected barricades in Cable Street and other nearby streets, and fierce battles developed with the police who went in to clear them. To prevent further disorder, the Police Commissioner, Sir Philip Game, after securing the Home Secretary's approval, ordered the march to be called off, and Mosley, lined up with his Blackshirts half-a-mile away, and whose maxim was 'uphold the law until we change it,' marched with his thousands in the opposite direction to be finally dismissed on the Thames Embankment at Westminster.

The mass of Mosley's men had not been involved in the fighting except for a small number who were early arrivals at the meeting place where they were met by hundreds of Reds armed with a variety of weapons.

After dismissal on the Embankment many Blackshirts made their way to the BUF National Headquarters in Gt. Smith Street where Mosley from an upstairs window spoke to them in these words;

"We never surrender" he said. "We shall triumph over the parties of corruption because our faith is greater than their faith, our will is stronger than their will, and within us the flame that shall light this country and shall later light the world."

The Communists and their left-wing allies portrayed it as 'great rising of East London workers against Mosley' but the truth was that the mobs had been gathered from all over Britain and this proved to be the catalyst which created massive support for Mosley and British Union in traditionally patriotic working class East London.

Two weeks later Mosley addressed cheering thousands at several massive street meetings in East London. Called at a few hours notice there was not a sign of those that 'stopped' Mosley at Cable Street and six months later Blackshirt candidates polled nearly 20 per cent of the votes in the LCC elections in those boroughs through which he had been prevented from marching on October 4th.

As a consequence of the Communist organised street disorder, Parliament passed the Public Order Act making it illegal after the end of 1936 to wear political uniforms in public.

Former Labour Cabinet Minister, R. H. S. Crossman wrote (New Statesman, 27 October 1961):

"Mosley was spurned by Whitehall, Fleet Street, and every party leader at Westminster, simply and solely because he was right."

Choir of Bihac girls - 5th building.
Song of Bosnian Muslims during the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina 1992-1995

The choir from the residents of Bihac was founded by the musician Muyaga Dedich, who was born in 1957 in the town of Yablanitsa, but who works and is recognized in the land of Tsazin Krajina. In 1975 he graduated from a music school, and in 1981 - from the Sarajevo Academy of Music.

When the war began, Dedic came up with the idea to organize a city choir, which would become not just a creative team, but also moral support to the soldiers at the front, by the way, which more than once approached the suburbs of Bihac and even the streets of the city itself. Dedich selected the participants and in March 1993 the first performances began. In order to receive premises for a studio from the administration of the Bihach community, the creative association "Mordent" was registered.

The song "The Fifth Corps" has become, perhaps, the most popular in the choir's work. It sounded at the opening in 1996 of the victory parade of the corps. As the musician himself said in the Bosnian newspaper Factor, he was inspired to write it by a patriotic song by another local singer, which sounded on radio Bihac.

The war has long passed, now the "Choir of Bihach girls" has changed its name to "Bishchanki" for the obvious reason that many of its participants got married and had children. As of 2011, the band continued to perform.

As for Mujaga Dedić, for many years he has been the director of the Bihac Cultural Center, making plans to establish a city theater. According to Dedich, the locals have long deserved his appearance. In addition, the musician is engaged in painting and tries himself as a writer: he is working on his first novel.

NOTES TO VIDEOS AND SONG WORDS

0:44 - Muyaga Dedic.

SONG TEXT

Dali si znala Domovino-mati,
Kakve heroje na grudima, na grudima ninaš
Za odbranu tvoje ćasti, dostojanstva
Rodžena zemljo, ti, ti sinove imaš

Heroji od Bosne na braniku ćasti
Stavili su srca, plet, plet užari čelik
Nikad neće moći, nikad neće proći
Pa koliko si li bio, bio jak i velik

Peti korpus, peti korpus
Gleda daljnje daljine
Peti korpus, peti korpus
Beći i operedžine
Peti korpus, peti korpus
Jači i objačine
Peti korpus, peti korpus
Armije Bosne, armije Bosne i Hercegovine

Znala si znala, Domovino-mati
Kakve heroje na grudima, na grudima ninaš
Za odbranu tvoje ćasti, dostojanstva
U korpusu petom ti, ti sinove imaš

Хор Бихачских девушек - 5-й корпус.
Песня боснийских мусульман периода войны в Боснии и Герцеговине 1992-1995 гг.

Хор из жительниц г. Бихач основал музыкант Муяга Дедич, родившийся в 1957 г. в городе Ябланица, но работающий и получивший признание на земле Цазинской Краины. В 1975 г. окончил музыкальную школу, а в 1981 г. - Сараевскую музыкальную академию.

Когда началась война, Дедичу пришла в голову идея организовать городской хор, который бы стал не просто творческим коллективом, но и моральной поддержкой бойцам на фронте, к слову, не раз подходившем к пригородам Бихача и даже к улицам самого города. Дедич подобрал участниц и в марте 1993 г. начались первые выступления. Для того, чтобы получить от администрации общины Бихач помещение под студию, было зарегистрировано творческое объединение "Мордент".

Песня "Пятый корпус" стала, пожалуй, самой популярной в творчестве хора. Она звучала при открытии в 1996 г. победного парада корпуса. Как рассказал сам музыкант в боснийской газете "Фактор", на её написание его вдохновила патриотическая авторская песня другого местного певца, прозвучавшая на радио "Бихач".

Война давно прошла, сейчас "Хор Бихачских девушек" сменил название на "Бишчанки" по той очевидной причине, что многие его участницы вышли замуж и завели детей. По состоянию на 2011 г., коллектив продолжал выступления.

Что касается Муяги Дедича, уже много лет он директор Культурного центра г. Бихач, строит планы об основании городского театра. Как говорит Дедич, местные жители давно заслужили его появление. Кроме того, музыкант занимается живописью и пробует себя в качестве писателя: работает над своим первым романом.

ПРИМЕЧАНИЯ К ВИДЕОРЯДУ И СЛОВАМ ПЕСНИ

0:44 - Муяга Дедич.

ТЕКСТ ПЕСНИ

Dali si znala Domovino-mati,
Kakve heroje na grudima, na grudima ninaš
Za odbranu tvoje ćasti, dostojanstva
Rodžena zemljo, ti , ti sinove imaš

Heroji od Bosne na braniku ćasti
Stavili su srca, plet, plet užari čelik
Nikad neće moći, nikad neće proći
Pa koliko si li bio, bio jak i velik

Peti korpus, peti korpus
Gleda daljnje daljine
Peti korpus, peti korpus
Beći i operedžine
Peti korpus, peti korpus
Jači i objačine
Peti korpus, peti korpus
Armije Bosne, armije Bosne i Hercegovine

Znala si znala, Domovino-mati
Kakve heroje na grudima, na grudima ninaš
Za odbranu tvoje ćasti, dostojanstva
U korpusu petom ti, ti sinove imaš

The movie is set during the last days of foreign intervention agains Soviet Russia. Police are searching everywhere for a bolshevik named Brodsky but cannot find him. Meanwhile, a man named Michel Voronov serves as a teacher to a rich woman's son, Zhen'ka.

Serbian nationalist politician Vojislav Seselj has been aquitted of war crimes. Euronews interviewed Seselj last November when he was awaiting his verdict in Belgrade.

Here he talks about why he believes the Hague Tribunal is anti-Serbian and why he would not return to the Hague.

Legendary speech of Vojislav Šešelj.

"Istorija nikada nikome nije ostala dužna..."
"History has never been indebted to anyone ..."

Between 1992 and 1993, Bill Tribe and a Channel 4 film crew travel to the besieged city of Sarajevo during the Bosnian War. This is the extended edition, featuring a follow-up of the situation later in 1993.

The first Miss USSR and Telemiss-89 was 17-year-old Yulia Sukhanova. Vice-Miss Anna Gorbunova. Second Vice-Miss Ekaterina Meshcherikova.

Before holding a large-scale competition, the organizers traveled to the cities of the Soviet Union for two months, where they selected the most beautiful girls to participate in the main metropolitan event.

Julia Sukhanova has been living in New York for over 20 years. She is in business - she leads a company that produces generators of "mountain" air.

Первой Мисс СССР и Телемисс-89 стала 17-летняя Юлия Суханова. Вице-мисс Анна Горбунова. Вторая Вице-мисс Екатерина Мещерикова.

Перед тем как проводить масштабный конкурс, организаторы на протяжении двух месяцев ездили по городам Советского Союза, где отбирали самых красивых девушек для участия в главном столичном мероприятии.

Юлия Суханова уже больше 20 лет живёт в Нью-Йорке. Она занимается бизнесом — возглавляет компанию, которая выпускает генераторы «горного» воздуха.

The beginning of the war in Bosanski Brod

The crewmembers of ZARYa starship supposed to mature during 27-year-long flight, appear at the Shedar system after less than one year of local time travel. Remote sensing verifies that one of the planets is very much Earth-like. Three of the crew members should land the new planet. They use the reconnaissance capsule and encounter the apparently abandoned planet. But the "extra" member of the crew Lobanov meets the strange more or less human-like creatures that escort him and his mates to the underground city. They become unreachable for radio communications.

During this link outage orbiting ZARYa rendezvous with another giant spaceship. The commander of that ship explains that their home planet is populated only by the two kinds of bionic robots - executors and far more advanced rulers. These robots were invented two centuries ago, but after some period of good work, rulers tried to improve humans as well as the nature of the planet. Unfortunately, this "improvement" led to the total aloofness of the processed people, including suppression of love and reproductive behaviour. After a century and a half all population of the planet was dead. Only the space radio observatory station crew was unreachable for the robotic "care".

ZARYa crew sets up the second capsule to rescue the crew members captured by robots. Agapit, the son of the station commander, will be their guide in the underground city. After some troubles, boys counterfeit the recharging request from the power plant and burn up all robots at the planet, making it free for the space stationers.

Fairy tale and story about small things, nice and delicate, picture of a world and its values, old flavor and a hero without great ambitions but with clear desire to married, picturesque and tale in tale, window to a way to define the basic truth,it is, in fact, a piece of Abuladze, in which the taste of later "Natvris khe" is present and power, in which the search of happiness has same recipes, in which the nature is part of this search.The gift for the beautiful girl, the innocence of Bakhadur, the songs and rites are slices of the heart of strange expectation to define yourself. Beautiful and naive, the movie is trip among the shadows of childhood. And skin for a Sunday afternoon, definition of sense of faith and image of a roots - words for who the life is only cloak of dream

Karlsson-on-the-Roof returns to stands against a stern housekeeper. Fun will never surrender.

A soldier called Filimonov lost his memory due to shell shock during the Russian Civil War. In 1928 he sees a woman in a passing train, and suddenly remembers his own history. He decides to leave for his hometown, St. Petersburg, now renamed to Leningrad. He is confused by the rapid changes in modern Leningrad and gets a job at his old workplace, where he slowly realises what it means that peasants are now in charge of the factory. His co-workers find the new address of his wife and send him there. Filimonov is confronted by the fact that his wife is now married to a Soviet apparatchik who treats her badly. In the final scene, Filimonov breaks the fourth wall and declares to the audience that there is still a lot of work to be done.

‘Kino-Circus’ (also called Cinema Circus) is the most inspired of the anti-fascist war propaganda cartoons made in the Soviet Union.

The short is called ‘a cartoon satire in three acts’ and features a Charlie Chaplin-like character, who introduces us to three staged satires, all featuring Adolf Hitler:

In the first, ‘Adolf the dog trainer and his pooches’, Hitler throws a bone at his three dogs, Benito Mussolini, Miklós Horthy and Ion Antonescu, the leaders of his allies Italy, Hungary and Romania, respectively.

In the second, ‘Hitler visits Napoleon’, Hitler asks Napoleon’s tomb for advice, but the deceased drags him into the tomb. It’s the most prophetic of the three, for indeed both Napoleon and Hitler were defeated in Russia.

In the third, ‘Adolf the juggler on powder kegs’, Hitler juggles with several burning torches on a pile of powder-barrels, representing the countries he has occupied. When he accidentally drops one of the torches, the barrels explode. The animation is particularly silly in this sequence and a delight to watch.

After the grim political posters from 1941, ‘Kino-Circus’ is more lighthearted. The film ridicules Hitler more than it makes him threatening. Quite surprising since in1942 Nazi Germany was still a serious threat to the Soviet Union: Leningrad suffered under a long siege, and the Soviet Union had only just begun its counter-attack.

Interestingly, both directors of ‘Kino-Circus’ later became famous for their sweet fairy tale films.

"nema ga više Broz" means "it is Broz's no longer", which is a reference to Josip Broz Tito, who was the president of Yugoslavia until his death in 1980. The Krajina Express was made from old trains and carriages, which probably ran while Tito was alive, so when they were remodeled to make a new train, it was no longer Tito's. At least that's how I understand it

Knindže were a paramilitary unit, their name is a play on words Knin and nindža, the BCMS rendition of the Japanese loanword "ninja", which exists in English as well, so it's best to keep the play on words by writing Kninjas (Knin + ninja + plural s)

In 1991, Nino Brajovic described the scene behind the Vukovar hospital
The president of the Association of Journalists of Serbia, a journalist for Television Belgrade 1991, reports from the newly "liberated Vukovar".

Predsednik Udruzenja novinara Srbije, novinar Televizije Beograd 1991, izvestava iz netom "oslobodjenog Vukovara".

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