Escape from paradise.

Escape from paradise.
Shoots of people of different professions and in various ways, right up to the crossing of the Finnish border of the wife to her husband, crossing the Beguinov Strait, hijacking the plane,
> Watch for broke. How did the Georgians fled on the plane, there? The crew of the liner was received by the closed decree by the Heroes. The Georgians got into the Turm, who stayed alive.
> Godunov escaped. He slept in America and died at 45 years old.
The topic is simply about how they tried to break out of the people’s prison. Which was the USSR in reality.
> Yulishna (Yulishna) wrote in response to the message:
>> Godunov escaped. He slept in America and died at 45 years old.
> The topic is simply about how they tried to break out of the people’s prison. Which was the USSR in reality.
I’m on the topic of talking. Escape from the USSR does not mean to become happy.
> kirgiz (kirgiz) wrote in reply to the message:
>> Yulishna (Yulishna) wrote in response to the message:
>>> Godunov escaped. He slept in America and died at 45 years old.
>> The topic is simply about how they tried to break out of the people’s prison. Which was the USSR in reality.
> I’m on the topic of talking. Escape from the USSR does not mean to become happy.
> Kramarov had a healthy lifestyle all his life, did not drink. And in America he fell ill. The operation was unsuccessful. He died. In the USSR he was a star and idiots played there.
> Yulishna (Yulishna) wrote in response to the message:
>> Kramarov had a healthy lifestyle all his life, he did not drink. And in America he fell ill. The operation was unsuccessful. He died. In the USSR he was a star and idiots played there.
> Saveliy Kramarov applied for emigration to Israel, arguing that in Israel he had his only native man – his uncle, but he was denied departure from the USSR. After all, he acted in more than forty films and, in the event of his emigration, all these paintings, according to the rules then accepted, should have been “put on the shelf” [7].
> Of the country, Saveliy Kramarov was not released, but he could not work in the specialty. In 1981, together with Alexander Levenbuk, he wrote a letter to US President Ronald Reagan, calling him “As an Artist to an Actor”, in which he openly complained about his fate. The letter was read several times on the air of the Voice of America radio station.
> Dear Mr. President Ronald Reagan! Appeared to you is a popular in the Soviet Union film critic Saveliy Kramarov. I do not overestimate my fame. Worth you, walking with his wife in Moscow, ask any Muscovite, any old woman, even if you put her and she turns out to be a KGB agent, does she know Savelia Kramarova, then she will certainly open her mouth (even being a chekist) and say: “A How could it be ?! Funny artist! Many times I watched films with his participation. Whom he just did not play. “… The old woman, whoever she was, even the minister of culture, will tell you the truth, but not all. Indeed, viewers still laugh at the heroes of my films, but personally I myself do not really laugh. I do not die of hunger, but man does not live by bread alone. And although we have different breads and we eat in different ways, we both love creativity and can not live without it. So help me find a way to work in your great country …
> Saveliy Kramarov left the USSR on October 31, 1981 with documents for leaving the USSR for Israel, but only reached Vienna – at that time there was no direct communication between the USSR and Israel, since in 1967 the USSR broke off diplomatic relations with him after the Six-Day War. In Vienna, he was met by the impresario Victor Shulman, who organized Kramarov’s tours in Europe, America, Australia, Israel, Japan. In Los Angeles, Kramarov began to appear first in advertising, then in the cinema.
> In the US, Saveliy settled in Los Angeles with his old friend – the artist Ilya Baskin, who was filmed in the “Great Change”. He lived with him for a while, then rented an apartment next to him. And a year later, they co-starred in the drama “Moscow on the Hudson”. Kramarov played the role of KGB Boris. In the final, Boris appeared on the screen behind a tray with hot dogs. This scene allowed at the artist’s homeland to say that Kramarov in America began to sell sausages.
> Soon Kramarov starred in the film “2010: the year of coming into contact,” where he played Soviet cosmonaut Vladimir Rudenko. From the actor they demanded a more caricature of the image, and he resisted, arguing that only brave and educated people could become cosmonauts in the USSR, but they were not idiots.
> Then there were the films “Armed and Dangerous”, “Return of Morgan Stewart”, “Red Heat”. Kramarov joined the Guild of Screen Actors in the United States, which is a great success for emigrants, he has his own agent. As in Russia, his appearance on the set was met with a kind smile. People who worked with Kramarov, treated him with interest and respect.
> In 1992 Saveliy Kramarov came to Russia as an honored guest of the Kinotavr Film Festival [8]. The second time he came to Russia a year before his death, in 1994. [source is not specified 216 days]
> Kramarov bought a house in Santa Monica.
> Did you buy a house in Santa Monica?
Is this a question for me? I have a home where I want.
And in general it is not necessary for me to prove here the idea of that. that all escaped from the scoop, became sick or drunkards. You can not do it.
And the fact that the scoop was a prison I know not by hearsay.
> Yulishna (Yulishna) wrote in response to the message:
>> kirgiz (kirgiz) wrote in reply to the message:
>>> Yulishna (Yulishna) wrote (a) in response to the message:
>>>> Godunov escaped. He slept in America and died at 45 years old.
>>> The topic is simply about how they tried to break out of the people’s prison. Which was the USSR in reality.
>> I’m on the topic. Escape from the USSR does not mean to become happy.
> In a statement published shortly after his death, Godunov’s personal publicist Evelyn Shriver said: “He did not have AIDS, he did not commit suicide. This time was one of the happiest periods of his life … ”
he hoped that his wife would join him. She refused to flee. He suffered greatly because of this. Began to drink. the jump was not the same. He ruined his career. He was happy when he danced in the main theater of the planet.


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