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Elvira Nabiullina sang "Vladivostok 2000"

Amurchane offended that the new video does not show the cosmodrome "Vostochny"

Elvira Nabiullina sang
Photo: Youtube.com screen
"The report on the introduction into circulation of new banknotes of 200 and 2000 rubles did not go according to plan. They have a strange effect on people. We decided to find out what was the matter and test the banknotes on ourselves." - the description for the video is intriguing. According to the plot, the pretty presenter tells the audience about the new money of 2000 and 200 rubles, but she stumbles over and over again - a strange guard climbs into the frame. The girl then buys a popsicle from a vendor in the mall, their eyes meet and both of them suddenly start ... singing. Other visitors to the shopping center, including suspicious security officers, join the process with a dazed look. At 1:39, the well-known motive is also picked up by the head of the Central Bank Elvira Nabiullina:  
  

Having finished singing, the seller still gives the leading eskimo, and handing over 200-kami, and then both (and at the same time the viewers of the clip) have auditory hallucinations: 

- You hear? Is the seagull crying? - the host asks. To which the trade worker nods in satisfaction. - And so the whole day! - the seller sums up. The video, which was released on Youtube on December 21, had 440 views at the time the article was published. The recording was attended by professional actors and musicians. Unfortunately, comments on the video are prohibited. 

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Residents of the Amur region expressed their indignation over the fact that in the clip the second side of the banknotes - with the image of the Vostochny cosmodrome - was bypassed:

- The Central Bank of Russia filmed a video about new denominations in nominal value of 2000 thousand and 200 rubles. The first shows a bridge to the Russian Island in Vladivostok and the Vostochny Cosmodrome in the Amur Region. On the second - a monument to the flooded ships in Sevastopol and a view of Tauric Chersonesos. In the clip for a couple of seconds, the singing phrase "Vladivostok Two Thousands" appeared by the head of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation Elvira Nabiullina. True, the whole accent was made in the video on Vladivostok and the reverse side of the bill featuring the Amur cosmodrome was never shown - writes "Amur truth"

The author of the hit "Vladivostok 2000" Ilya Lagutenko has not yet commented on the musical debut of the Central Bank. The song "Money" in every sense was recorded by the "Mumiy Troll" collective in 1996. In 2009, she was included in the rating "100 best songs of Russian rock in the XX century" according to the magazine Fuzz.

 - Vladivostok 2000 was invented on the basis of a pseudo-apocalyptic story that I created, imagining the basis of some science fiction film. If I had the opportunity then to shoot a movie, then I would shoot it in this vein - about a certain mythological Vladivostok, where there is a parallel space saturated with local symbols, familiar and understandable only to me and the residents of Vladivostok. Moreover, it seems that I read somewhere on the Internet that either Kusturica or Kaurismaki is making a movie with that name ... Probably, I dreamed about it, since since then I cannot find confirmation of this anywhere. But, whatever one may say, I am very much connected with this city. 

By the way, then this fantastic story found its embodiment in the film story "Vladivostok 3000", which we wrote together with Vasily Avchenko (Primorsky writer - East Russia)писал about his cult song Ilya Lagutenko. 

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