"Russian Cyber ​​Village" - a short film about a Russian village as part of the Mars colonization project (video)

Myths about the technological backwardness of the RussianThe hinterland is smashed by a playful YouTube video called Russian cyberpunk farm, which has already collected 2.9 million views in the first four days.

Farmer Nikolai from the Ryazan province tellsabout the advantages of living in a cyber village, where cows are grazed by Izhevsk Dynamics Corporation robots (analogy with Boston Dynamics cyber dogs), mail is delivered by drones, and instead of a toilet there is a black hole. The statement about the backwardness of the Russian countryside is "bullshit," says the description to the video.

The author, screenwriter and director of the video isSergey Vasiliev, who said that he drew inspiration for the video from the future project Cyberpunk 2077. The video contains many references to famous Soviet films such as "Kin-dza-dza!" and "Love and Pigeons", and the cow has a QR code stamped on it, directing to the Twitter account of the head of Roscosmos Dmitry Rogozin.

According to the author, the link to the video has been sentElon Musk, who, however, has not yet answered. The YouTube community generally reacted positively to the humorous video, which can be judged by the numerous positive reviews and almost 200 thousand likes.