We saw the teaser a few days ago, but here’s the full thing.
Russian athletes do their thing in a post-apocalyptic winterscape. It’s very very cold and very very Russian. Seriously, you’re gonna need a blanket and hot cocoa once it’s over.
And Ovi’s smile at the end? Golden. Maybe even Olympic golden.
The video’s description auto-translates like this:
Someone thinks it’s abnormal. We believe – is in Russian. It’s time to show the world what it means #playrussian
GIF by goalvechkin
That is freaking awesome.
Awesome isn’t strong enough. It’s OVISOME!
Is that Maria running in the middle of the ad?
“auto-translates like this”… AUTO-TRANSLATES!? As Dale would surely say… BAD! BAD! BAD!
HEAVY METAL WALRUS
Dariya Klishina, I believe
What does it actually say then, translator of RMNB?! Haha.
Serious goose bumps.
“Some think that it’s crazy. But that’s how we do it in Russia. It’s time to show the world what it means to #playrussian.”
For what it’s worth, at no point while in Russia did my activities include snowboarding down the main rotor blade of a Mi-26. Just saying.
Anyone else think the language at the end of the vid is a bit creepy? “Use #playrussian, and we’ll find you ourselves!”
Sorry, but, “@SovietRussia, #YOU!”
I believe the skateboarder to bear ratio in this ad should be reversed for better authenticity.
This might also be the trailer for the new call of duty game
I’m surprised that Vladimir Vladimirovich did not appear, especially in the swimming scenes.
Russia looks scary.
Scary movie 😉
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