We have examined the first part of Hollywood movies and TV series, in which Yakutia was shown - the largest region of the Russian Federation.
Today we offer you movies of Hollywood filmmakers who mentioned Yakutia, and in general, the Russian state.
James Bond. 007: From Russia With Love
The second film about the secret agent of British intelligence James Bond, dated 1963, and the world had a chance to feel the Russian colour.
The beginning of the film - 14 minutes, 07 sec. Consulate General of the USSR, located in Istanbul. Then at 1:03:47 of the film when James Bond enters the official's office, you can see the portrait of the former Secretary-General of Central Committee of the CPSU, Leonid Brezhnev.
Right there you can see two incomprehensible inscriptions on the door Deehat’ and Dergat. 1:04:11. The scene clearly shows a portrait of the first Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin.
In one of the Hollywood most popular films of 1996, Independence Day, that a year later won the Oscar in Best Visual Effects, at 15th minute you can see the Russian Federation map with three Russian cities: Novosibirsk, written as "Novosyoyrsk", Petrograd and Moscow.
Film about Marvel superheroes based on the comic book has become one of the top grossing in 2005. In the final scene at 1:37:52 one can see the ship on which it is written in Russian "toe head."
Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close
In the book by American writer of Jewish origin Jonathan Safran Foer that tells the story of the attacks on September 11, 2001, and in the film, which was released on the world screens in 2011 at 39 minutes and 28 seconds Yakutia, with its harsh climate, is mentioned again.
The main character, a boy named Oscar, recording a new voice message on the answering machine informs about an interesting fact of the day: «Here is today is fact of the day: it is so cold in Yakutia that breath instantly freezes with a crackling sound they call «the whispering of the stars.»