In this special one-hour episode taped on a camcorder in 1990 and 1991, Huell goes behind the Iron Curtain to visit the charistmatic people of Moscow, their traditions and their everyday struggles during a very exciting time in Russian history. See the largest outdoor swimming pool, surrounded by snow, where people swim in the heart of winter; visit an outdoor pet market with beautiful Russian dogs and cats; a gym, record store and even a barber shop. On a second trip, Huell records the aftermath of the attempted coup: see graffitti on the Russian White House and the pedestal where Lenin’s statue once stood. Witness the dawning of a new poilitical era and the excitement of the people of Russia!
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