Shooting Range (film)
|Shooting Range (Тир)|
|Directed by||Vladimir Tarasov|
|Written by||Viktor Slavkin|
|Music by||Vladimir Chekasin, Vyacheslav Ganelin, and Vladimir Tarasov|
|Edited by||Margarita Mikheeva|
|Distributed by||Kino International (USA)|
|Country||Russia (USA release in 2007)|
Shooting Range (Russian: Тир) is a 1979 Soviet animation film directed by Vladimir Tarasov. The film is twenty-one minutes long and is set to jazz music. It is a satirical critique of capitalism and life in the United States.
In New York City, an unemployed young man finds a job in a shooting gallery as a living target. After a while, the man falls in love and lives in the gallery with his wife at gunpoint. Finally, they give birth to baby, and the shooting range owner wants to use it as another target, too. Disgusted, the family flies off, but there are a lot of other unemployed people to fill their position.
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