Chairman of the Committee for tourism development of St. Petersburg Viktor Kononov thanked the group "Leningrad" for a new video for the song "Peter — to drink." He noted that the movie helps to increase the attractiveness of the city for travelers, especially for young people. The video has already attracted almost three million views.
Chairman of the Committee for tourism development of St. Petersburg Viktor Kononov thanked the group "Leningrad" for a new video for the song "Peter — to drink." He noted that the movie helps to increase the attractiveness of the city for travellers, according to "Fontanka.
"How could anyone not related to the clip, the group "Leningrad" Sergey Shnurova, you will want to visit St Petersburg. No one has to follow the wishes of the author, and just to make sure that it has everything — monuments, museums, restaurants, events and festivals, for all tastes and ages," he said.
According to Kononov, the movie will primarily attract to the Northern capital youth. "We can only thank to Sergei Shnurov for not to forget their native city", — concluded the Chairman of the Committee.
Clip "Peter — to drink", was released on April 30. For three days he collected on YouTube almost three million views. Cords performed the cameo role.
The video tells the story of five ordinary residents of St. Petersburg of different professions, who, driven to despair, get drunk and walk around the city until morning. The main characters — an office worker, grocery store clerk, the employee of traffic police, the taxi driver and tour guide of the Russian Museum. In the video there are Mat and scenes of alcohol use.
Previous clip "Exhibit" ("Louboutins") posted 13 Jan. For three and a half months, it was viewed over 70 million times.
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