Wide Web. 1973.

The film tells of the anti-Soviet propaganda, which is conducted in the media of Western Europe and America, speeches extremist groups against the Soviet Union. The film shows an interview of former Soviet citizens who left the Soviet Union and moved to a place of residence in other countries, including Israel, interviews of former citizens of socialist countries. The film features a variety of filming, including interviews with the leader of the German sex party Kurt Bauer, the dispersal of student demonstrations in Germany, meeting in Brussels, the International Committee for Human Rights in the USSR, an interview with A. Amalric recorded on American television, Press conference of dissidents B. Krasin and A. Yakir expelled from the Soviet Union, of the Salvation Army, the removal of anti-Soviet literature at the customs, activities of Radio Liberty, RFE, the organization of the Jewish Defense League.

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