CCCP-Hockey is a hockeytale about sacrifice and ruthless demands ending up in a revolt against the Soviet-system.
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CCCP-Hockey is a hockeytale about sacrifice and ruthless demands ending up in a revolt against the Soviet-system. A revolt that dissolved and scattered the world's most famous hockey lineup; Fetisov, Kasatonov, Krutov, Larionov and Makarov. In the 1980s everyone knew their names by heart. "The Super Five" were undefeatable and were the Soviet state's last propaganda machine, under the leadership of its coach, the despotic hockey fanatic, Viktor Tichonov. For two years, fi lmmaker Bengt Löfgren and veteran Russia correspondent Malcolm Dixelius interviewed all the players about life then and now. CCCP-Hockey presents numerous surprising sequences and never-before-shown archival material from the team's glory days. Written by Housebars Produktion

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28 April 2004 (Sweden)  »

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Building the perfect team...
7 April 2005 | by (Norway/Sweden) – See all my reviews

CCCP Hockey is the documentary about the almost unstoppable Soviet hockey national team in the eighties. Led by the super-lineup with Viacheslav Fetisov, Alexei Kasatonov, Vladimir Krutov, Igor Larionov and Sergei Makarov, and under the iron fist of the coach Victor Tichonov, this team was perhaps the best, and most successful team in international hockey. This documentary, a must-see for the hockey fans, are the story about all that was done, and all that was forsaken, to reach this level, and how the team was broken apart in a kind of revolution at the end of the decade. It also includes Makarov, I believe, back where they lived most of the year.


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