Reference Code I/2-611
Title Vigilant guard of our coasts
Synopsis Waves breaking on rocks. A sailor looks at the sea with binoculars. Airplanes flying. Cruise shooter. Warships at sea. The sunset. Two fishing boats sailing. View of a ship. Sailors doing gymnastics, swimming, and boating. A small child in bed, the mother, Natasha Babi, comes and caresses him. People walking quietly on the street. Sailors in between. A warship at sea. Sailors of this ship in training. The sailors receive the news that a fishing boat has a defect and immediately go to help. Pigeons entering the sea, clean the ship at the bottom from the net that obstructs it. The fishing boat collecting the raft. Busy fish. Selection of fish. Ship launching mines at the defence zone. Floating on water. The cadres look at the training plan. The calm sea. There is a problem with the ship. Water begins to enter furiously; the sailors bravely fix the problem. The ship has remained at the bottom of the sea, another ship arrives to fix the problem. The sailors enter the water and fix the problem. The sediment coming to the surface. Sailors fire torpedoes. The water that rises up from the explosion. Sailors playing soccer during their free time. Sailors on the ship. A captain tells the sailors about the events of the 1960s. The archives show destroyed rooms and things thrown here and there by the Soviet sailors. The visit that Comrade Enver made to the sailors at that time. Seascape. Different ships at sea. The city of Saranda. A child sleeping.
Screenwriter Fadil Zeqiri
Director Mark Topallaj
Camera Jani Nano
Editing Neriman Furrxhi
Category Documentaries
Year 1975
Release date 1975
Reels 3
Lenght (in minutes) 20
Country of origin Shqiperi
Shooting locations Durre,Vlore,Sarande
Producers Kinostudio “Shqiperia e re”
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