Film 1: Traditional “Vykup” for the Russian Bride
The groom and their mates are made to accomplish various kinds of absurd things, from sexy party (which has to impress the bride’s sweet girlfriends) to music this is certainly playing home pots as instruments and forking down some money to fund their way to the bride’s apartment. Will he finish?
Russians are maybe maybe not allowed for eating liquor all things considered when driving, so the motorist that is shown consuming champagne in the movie needs to be sipping water or lemonade through the vine container.
The pretend traffic cop insists the groom’s car have been speeding.
On arrival the groom that is russian squeezed for money with a “traffic cop”, claiming that their vehicle was indeed speeding. The cop has to always check their license to possess hitched. (wedding licenses will not actually take place in Russia. ) “Do you’ve got the license? ” needs the cop. “If not, you need to purchase it. ”
Only for $1500 the permit can be chosen by them to marry from sweet feminine traders (bridesmaids). He’s got to pass through an exam if he doesn’t have the funds to purchase the permit. “It’s my break, ” the cop claims. “Come tomorrow”. “Let’s go home, ” the groom claims for their buddies. This changes the attitude that is cop’s “Come back in an hour or more or more. I will be for some slack. ”
It really is obvious she’s got become bribed… The crowd of small kids screams to him, “Money! ” The groom is apparently stingy with cash, but good regarding his handshakes. (more…)