There's no argument that this 91-minute Russian documentary delivers just what its title promises. Actually, the film is comprised of two Soviet short subjects, released in the U.S. in tandem as a single feature. American Farmers Visit Russia, filmed in black-and-white, is a record of the recent visit to several collective farms by a 12-person American agricultural delegation. Clearly, the delegates were shown only what the Soviet authorities wanted them to see, but this was S.O.P. in the mid-1950s. The second half of the film, Indonesia Today, was lensed in color. Little more than a travelogue, the film goes through the usual itinerary of native dances, religious ceremonies and the like and contains little if any overt propaganda.
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