The film Moving Up is one of the Russian blockbusters that succeeded at the box office in the 2020s, with a motif of nostalgia for the former Soviet Union. The story of this work is divided into two parts. The first part follows the style of a Hollywood blockbuster almost exactly. In other words, a heroic protagonist with deficiencies overcomes crises and conflicts and solves problems. In the film, a new coach of the Soviet Union's basketball team is appointed, and while he tries to unite with his players, he announces that he will defeat the United States and win the Olympics. His remarks were something no one could have predicted. The second part is the match footage, filmed with great detail, almost documentary-like. And this leads to victory at the 1972 Munich Olympics. Overall, these two narratives are organically intertwined, and the visual depiction is excellent. The game scenes were filmed with multiple cameras to create the excitement and tension in the actual stadium. In fact, the game scenes in the work convey to the audience the same feeling as an actual game broadcast. At the 1972 Munich Olympics, for the first time in 36 years, the American basketball team did not lose to anyone, even to the Soviet team. The most interesting thing is that the result of the match was added by the referee at the end. The thing is that it was decided by three seconds. On the one hand, the plot is very cinematic. On the other hand, it only lasts three seconds.
Ⅱ. 영화 <쓰리 세컨즈>에 나타난 냉전시대 소련의 현실과 애국주의
Ⅲ. 영화 <쓰리 세컨즈>에 나타난 냉전시대 소련의 인식