Several dozens of soldiers in the military train are transporting an exhibition with captured weapons from Syria across Russia. Artists of military ensembles accompany this festive event. In each city, they are greeted by thousands of people who dance and take pictures with them, while children swear allegiance to their homeland.
The train that is mentioned in the film then travelled 28 000 km in 2 months and visited 62 cities.
‘Town of Glory’
The memory of World War II is the only thing that makes a small Russian town alive. Like a great treasure this memory is preserved here in every home and is passed on from generation to generation. Yet exactly this memory prevents people from understanding that despite their own will they are getting involved in a new war.