T-34 Movie: buy a ticket, get a bonus code (RU)

On December 27, 2018, in cinemas all over Russia, the T-34 movie was aired. It’s a film about a group of Soviet soldiers escaping from German captivity, being supposedly based on real events. In the Moscow cinema, when you buy a ticket, you also get a bonus code giving you the opportunity to rent a T-34 shielded for 2 weeks. After the rental period ends, the movie viewers can purchase the vehicle. The price is not known, but on the first day, the movie apparently earned 111.335.336 rubles.


9 thoughts on “T-34 Movie: buy a ticket, get a bonus code (RU)

  1. People are saying it’s not a very good movie at all, I can believe them. I’ve lost faith in russian movies but I’d love to see something actually good every now and then at least.

  2. Takes like a year before I can see it in my own country, going by one cinema’s website. D:

  3. 111.335.336 rubles – I can easily see it’s 1,45 million euro… but how does that compare to other great movies shown in russian cinemas? Like how much does a Star Wars movie earn in the same time?

  4. Does Russia ever make war films that do not promote nationalism? Something unbiased and objective like Letters from Iwo Jima for example.

        1. “Nationalism is a political, social, and economic ideology and movement characterized by the promotion of the interests of a particular nation, especially with the aim of gaining and maintaining the nation’s sovereignty (self-governance) over its homeland.” Wikipedia.
          You can call these type of movies “military propaganda” and you’ll be absolutely right. Obviously they are biased, but nationalism usually has nothing to do with it. Especially in this case.

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