This week marks the 30th anniversary of the first film Lion’s Den.
We asked people from across the world to describe their first experiences of film, and what it meant for them.
The film was shot in 1978 in the heart of the Soviet Union, where people lived in squalid conditions and watched their own homes burn.
It was shot on a mobile-phone and the main character was a young man called Vladimir.
He was a student in the film school, but his life had changed forever after the collapse of the USSR.
The movie was directed by Yevgeny Bogdanov, and was released on 4 September 1978.
It’s the most expensive film ever made, and earned the actor millions.
Its production cost more than £500,000.
The Lion’s den scene.
Image copyright Getty Images, Getty Images/APL/REX Image caption This is a scene from the film that captured the fear of the day.
There were three main characters in the Lion’s DEN.
One was Vladimir, who had just returned from filming a film with his friends in a neighbouring village.
Vladimir’s father was an engineer and he was scared of his own son, so he stayed at home and played chess all day.
Vladimir was scared and his mother kept him away from his friends.
When Vladimir was a child, he was obsessed with the TV and television shows.
He loved all the children’s shows.
Valdimir’s mother also had a hard time, and tried to discourage him from going to the cinema.
She was so afraid that Vladimir would be caught, that she went to a local cinema to avoid him.
She couldn’t get the courage to come home to her house, so she walked back to the town, and then went to another village.
When she returned, she discovered that her house had been burned to the ground, so her mother was arrested.
She spent a few months in jail.
She got out of jail and got married, so that’s how she got her education.
Vidya was the main protagonist in the story.
Videotape from the Lion, which was made in Russia in 1978, was shown to the public, and many people saw it for the first time.
They were shocked by what they saw, and in their eyes, it was true.
Vedranov’s mother was taken away and kept in a labour camp for months.
Vasily, a young journalist, travelled to the area to see what was going on.
He saw that the people in the village had been killed and that people were being tortured.
He travelled back to Moscow and wrote a book about the film called A Woman’s Way of Life in a Russian Village.
He later told the BBC that the film was an important film that changed people’s lives.
Vadim, a man who lived in the same village, was the only one to speak out about what had happened to him.
Vadim saw what happened to his father and his brothers.
He realised that the Russian people did not want to accept what had been happening.
He said, ‘This was the end of the world, people, people died.’
Vladivy, a woman who lived near the village, saw the film and felt that this film was the answer to the questions that had been asked by people around the world: How do we get rid of our fear?
What can we do to change our lives?
Vladiy, who was a resident of the village at the time, decided to speak to the Russian government about the situation and asked the Ministry of Information to investigate what had really happened.
The Ministry of the Interior started investigating the film.
They started looking into the footage, and the Ministry was interested in investigating what the film really showed, and how they could improve conditions in the villages.
The Minister of Information sent a team to the village to look into the matter.
They had a visit with the village and listened to the residents and talked to the people.
They met the families of the dead people.
The team was also given information about the production of the film, which included some information about what the villagers thought of the filming.
It was in the middle of the investigation that the Ministry began the process of removing some of the more prominent faces in the picture.
Vedomosti reporter Yevhen Nechaev wrote an article about the incident.
In the end, the Ministry removed many of the prominent faces.
But not all of them.
There were others who stayed in the Village.
Some of the people who had the most to lose were left out.
The film has been shown at the National Theatre in Moscow and at other Russian film theatres.
There are many other people who remain in the villagers’ houses.
They’re very angry.
They want to go back to their villages, and they’ve never been able to do that.
The village is still very fragile.
They have to live with the fear that