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Beichman, Arnold
December 1980
National Review;12/12/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 25, p1510
The article presents several motion picture plots and themes about the Soviet Union. A suggested dramatic story about the relationship between a Soviet father and her daughter involves could be made about father and daughter and whose theme is the ingratitude of a child whose father did everything for her. Another plot covers the issues of espionage, assassination and murder. The life of a Soviet spy is chronicled in another suggested motion picture plot under the regime of Soviet leader Joseph Stalin.


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