In the video you can see two Russian icebreakers - “50 Years of Victory” and “Yamal” with a capacity of 75,000 horsepower and a distinctive shark mouth, which appeared on it in 1994 during one of the children's humanitarian programs. According to legend, someone suggested drawing a smiling shark mouth on the nose to make it more fun for children. At present, Russia has the only nuclear-powered icebreaker fleet in the world. They are used to provide wiring ships in the ices of the Northern Sea Route in the freezing ports of the Russian Federation, research expeditions, rescue operations and tourist cruises.
In addition to the extreme weather conditions, the shooting was complicated by the fact that the icebreaker was always in motion. And if the drone was flying over the radar tower, the recording file was damaged.
Music by Hans Zimmer - Time
Shot on DJI Inspire 2 with Zenmuse X7 camera in Prores 2.7K50FPS
Filmed a specially for the documentary "Russia From Above" produced by Colourfield.de
Militant activism like this leads to catastrophe. Do you want the populace to die of thirst, tragically surrounded by undrinkable room temperature cocktails?
Hint: when looking for a monster, try looking in the mirror first. You are literally Hitler.