theme (1992) 01.09.1992

Film-document №102792 1 part, Duration: 0:23:57 to collection Price category V2
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Anchorperson: Listjev Vladislav

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Topic: cruelty in sports.

The first part of the program.

Epigraph: the crash of cars at car races, fights without rules.

Kasyanov Tadeusz and Markov Lev answer the question, which sports they would call cruel.

Kasyanov T. and Markov L. answer the question, where is the line between cruelty and cruel sports.

Markov L. answers the question of how he relates to boxing and characterizes this sport.

Kasyanov T. about his childhood and passion for boxing.

Markov L. speaks about human cruelty in sports.

Plot: the cruelty of women in sports and women's wrestling.

Video: fragments of women's fights.

Markov L. on the impact of views of violent fights on the psyche.

A spectator in the studio says that her daughter is engaged in wrestling.

The girl reports that she likes to study in the wrestling section.

The audience asks questions of mother and daughter.

Kasyanov T. and Markov L. about women engaged in violent sports.

A spectator visiting the wrestling section cannot call herself cruel.

A fragment from a film about sports.

Kasyanov T. and Markov L. say how a knockout affects a person.

Plot: Sergey Mironov about violent sports.

Video: patients in the hospital about injuries, a fight of hockey players, American football.

Kasyanov T. and Markov L. on the deliberate use of prohibited techniques in sports.

A fragment of the film.

Kasyanov T. and Markov L. on cruelty in contact fights and the influence of foreign cinema.

A fragment of the cartoon "Well, wait."

Video breakage.


Kasyanov T. - President of the All-Russian Federation of Hand-to-hand combat.
L. Markov - doctor, President of the Sports Medicine Federation of Russia.
S.P. Mironov is a Soviet and Russian orthopedic physician, professor of the CITO Sports and Ballet Trauma Clinic.