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"Beyond the steppes" vertelt de gedwongen reis van een jonge Poolse vrouw naar de steppes van Centraal-Azië.
In 1940 worden Nina en haar baby door het Sovjet leger gedeporteerd naar de verre landen van de USSR. Ze moet daar in een sovchoze werken onder toezicht van de Russische politieke politie. Wanneer haar zoontje ernstig ziek wordt, vertrekt ze samen met de Kazakse nomaden op zoek naar geneesmiddelen...
"Beyond the steppes" is een intiem portret van deze vrouw die gedwongen wordt om te strijden tegen de extreme omstandigheden van deze onmenselijke omgeving.
"Beyond the steppes" raconte le voyage forcé d'une femme au fin fond des steppes de l'Asie Centrale.
Nina, jeune femme polonaise, est déportée avec son bébé par l'armée soviétique en 1940, aux confins des terres hostiles de l'URSS. Elle y travaille dans un sovkhoze, sous la surveillance de la police politique russe. Lorsque son enfant tombe malade, elle part en quête de médicaments, accompagnée d'une bande de nomades kazakhs...
Le film retrace le vécu intime et personnel de cette femme, contrainte à vivre l'exil, et forcée de combattre les conditions extrêmes de cette terre inhumaine.
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"Beyond the steppes" tells the story of a woman's forced journey to the steppes of Central Asia.
In 1940 Nina, a young Polish woman, is deported with her baby by the Soviet Army to the remote and inhospitable lands of the USSR. She has to work in a Sovkhoz guarded by the Russian political police. When her child becomes ill, she sets out on a search of medications with a group of Kazakh nomads.
The film draws the intimate and personal experience of this woman, forced into exile, in her struggle against the extreme conditions of this inhuman land.
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Prior to the first century, the vast lands of southern Russia were home to scattered tribes, such as Proto-Indo-Europeans and Scythians. Between the third and sixth centuries, the steppes were overwhelmed by successive waves of nomadic invasions,led by warlike tribes which would often move on to Europe, as was the case with Huns and Turkish Avars.During the period from fifth century BC to seventh century human settlements are represented by Dyakovo culture of Iron Age which occupies the significant part of the Upper Volga, Valday and Oka River area. Dyakovo culture was formed by Finno-Ugric peoples, ancestors of Merya, Muromian, Meshchera, Veps tribes. All regional Funno-Ugric toponymy and hydronym names go back to those languages, for example Yauza River which is a confluent of the Moskva River, and probably the Moskva River itself too.
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Russian Martial Art is a system of education in human biomechanics and the study of human behavior under extreme situations. Students are guided towards introspection and exploration of their full human potential. Movement is natural and free, and acquiring skills is based on the study of Cossack and Russian folk dances, Slavic folklore, and "Natural Laws."
The ancient Slavic martial traditions dates to the nomadic steppe-warriors of approximately 5,000 BCE, passed from father to son in families for generations of pre-Soviet Russia, and then only among the elite combat specialist subdivisions (SPETSNAZ) of the former USSR. Scott Sonnon, USA Sambo Team Coach and Trainer and World Sambo Vice-Champion, was the first foreigner accepted into this heritage in the attempt to bring the world together in fraternity. Sonnon imported the art to America in 1996 to improve the quality of life of his compatriots through the Russian health system, advanced sports biomechanics, and elite combative preparation. In 2000, one of the sportive derivations of Russian Martial Art, named Sambo, will be Olympic at the Sydney Games.
Russian Martial Art derives its name ROSS from "ROSSIYA" which is the Russian spelling for the word RUSSIA. ROSS, a Russian acronym standing for "Russian Native Martial Art" was developed by Commander Alexander Retuinskih, President of the All-Russian Federation of Russian Martial Art (RFRMA), Chairman of the International Combat Sambo Commission, Chairman of the Russian Combat Sambo Committee, officer General of the Cossack Military. In 1991, the RFRMA was sanctioned by the Russian Olympic Committee as the sole representative of Russian Martial Art. ROSS is taught to trainers of Russian Spetsnaz units of the Ministries of Internal Affairs, Defense and protective services, Russian Marine troops, VDV, OMON, and Minsk's "Alpha" units in Byelorussia, special MVD units "Vityaz", frontier troops of Lithuania and many others.
In Russian Martial Art, the main goal of a person is to render the adversary harmless while minimizing losses for both self and foe: to work efficiently in any situation. Learning Russian Martial Art, students acquire great power as fighters, but more importantly as a human beings, increasing ones value for health and life, for both self and others. Both in combat and in life, students treat other creatures with awareness and compassion. When necessary, firm action is issued, but never in a callous or careless manner, and when all other option have been considered. "Your life is not yours alone; it belongs to your friends, family and community" (Alexander Ivanovich Retuinskih), or as is said in the Cossack Cadet Code: "The life of your friend is always more valuable than your own. You can die yourself, but rescue your friend."
ROSS undertakes training in 8 directions:
1.Russian-Style Close-Quarters Combat and Survival
3.Executive and Close Protection Training
5.Advanced Sports Biomechanics
6.Acrobatic Dance, Stunt and Theatrical Combat
7.Russian System of Health and Wellness
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On the steppes of western Mongolia, Bayarkhuu and his schoolmate Tsengel herd a tribe of goats in search of better grazing grounds. Bayarkhuu’s family owns more than 130 animals. He is expected to play his part in tending to the tribe, especially during the summer months when the goats may roam hundreds of kilometers. Tsengel’s family are also herders. But they live in a remote region far from town. So she stays at Bayarkhuu’s home during the school year, and helps out with the livestock after class. Bayarkhuu and Tsengel may not remain classmates much longer. At ten, Bayarkhuu still attends school. But as he grows older he will face increasing pressure to drop out and work full time for the family. Now that the government has privatized ownership of cattle, more and more parents want their children to stay involved in the family business. Bayarkhuu hopes he won’t have to choose.