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Russia - Russians Rush To View Banned Magazine

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RUSSIANS RUSH TO VIEW BANNED MAGAZINE

Moscow, Russia Eng Comm Duration: 1.01"

Pages of "Playboy" and "Hustler" magazine have gone on display in
an exhibition of erotic art in Moscow. Muscovites are flocking to the display which is the biggest ever to take place in Russia, where it was banned until recently. More than 4,000 works are being shown at Moscow's Photo Centre, charting the history of the genre from ancient Greece to more recent times. Leonid Bessmertnykh, the owner of the collection, denies that his life-long passion involves anything dirty or crude. As he sees it, the collection, which took 40 years to assemble, glorifies only the most natural of emotions. He says that he selects items to give an all-encompassing view of human sexuality.

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Ws people looking at exhibits. SOT collection owner Leonid Bessmertnykh discussing exhibit. CU drawing caricature of former soviet president Mikhail Gorbachev and former US president Ronald Reagan. WS man looking at picture. CU erotic picture. CU photograph of sexual act. CU print of
painting of short man looking at tall woman. CU illustration of sexual organs. CU print of soldiers and women engaged in group sex Print of phallus in lilliput (imaginary country inhabited by small people). Women looking at japanese erotic prints. CU photograph of phallic statue. CU reproduction of painting of nude woman and man with guitar in orchard. CU of comic strip characters engaged in sexual acts. MS young people looking at exhibits. More people looking at prints. Woman looking at exhibits.


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