Caption: You Can See the Moon, Credit: Chris TEMPLETON
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You Can See the Moon 

YOU CAN SEE THE MOON (Part Five)

From: Chris TEMPLETON
Series: 'YOU CAN SEE THE MOON' (Drama Series 5 x 15')
Length: 13:47

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Stalin_small This touching dramatised reconstruction, is based on the extraordinary discovery of the love letters of two Russian Jews living in Stalin’s Russia. Evsee and Nadhezda Lubitski, a married Jewish couple are abruptly separated by the KGB when Evsee is kidnapped to act as Stalin’s look-alike double because of his uncanny resemblance to the terrible dictator. Through EVSEE’s eyes and love letters to his wife, the complete history of the Stalinist regime is revealed from inside looking out.

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Piece Description

This touching dramatised reconstruction, is based on the extraordinary discovery of the love letters of two Russian Jews living in Stalin’s Russia. Evsee and Nadhezda Lubitski, a married Jewish couple are abruptly separated by the KGB when Evsee is kidnapped to act as Stalin’s look-alike double because of his uncanny resemblance to the terrible dictator. Through EVSEE’s eyes and love letters to his wife, the complete history of the Stalinist regime is revealed from inside looking out.

Broadcast History

One TX on BBC Radio.

Intro and Outro

INTRO:

'You can see the Moon' by Andrew Neil is a touching dramatised reconstruction based on the extraordinary discovery of the love letters of two Russian Jews living in Stalin’s Russia.

OUTRO:

Musical Works

Title Artist Album Label Year Length
MOON THEME (SPECIALLY COMPOSED) CHRIS TEMPLETON :30