The Road Movie

Synopsis: A documentary comprised entirely of footage from dashboard cameras from Russian cars.
Genre: Documentary
Director(s): Dmitrii Kalashnikov
Production: Oscilloscope Laboratories
  1 win & 3 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
67 min


You're a f***ing b*tch.

F***, I hardly stopped it.

What was that?

Look what's going on.


God saved us. F***.

- Look what's going on.

- Five cars.

I knew that, with this weather.

We shouldn't have rushed.

- Who rushed? Did we rush, Irina?

- Are they alive?

Turn off your music.

So what's there? Dead, goddamn.

Look there as well...


F***, I thought we were done.

The way I've driven,

God has protected me.

I hit the brakes, but it wouldn't stop.

It went on, you know.

What's flying there?

What's that?

It'll just crash now.

Go, go, go. Let's see. C'mon, go.

What was that, Volodija?

I don't know. An airplane?

What? Airplane?

C'mon, it was a comet.

The plane is burning, I guess.


It's a red light.

Did we record?

On this? We must have.

I crossed on a red light.

I told you, right.




Wait a sec. Look at this smoke.

No, it can't be from a comet.

It's not a comet, it's like a plane.

It looks like an airplane crashed

on the 67th.

What a smoke there. So bright.

We shot it on the dashcam,

I'll show you later.

I even crossed on a red light.

Wow, what a smoke.

We can't even figure out

what that was.

You can see it from the balcony.

No, you won't see it.

There is a nine-floor block there.

The tail is so bright.

Look, a guy's there.

Let's ask him if he saw it too.

What was that?

A comet or what, goddammit.

Look, at that smoke.

Looks like it's from a plane.

F***, it even blinded me.

The flame was so bright.

It fell somewhere there.

The contrail remained.

One second, Lena.

It probably landed in Ekaterinburg.


F***! Goddammit!

Why are you sitting so calm?

F*** me!

What the f***!

F***ing sh*t!

Should we go out?

F***, sure.

I will park here then.

You are so calm. Motherf***er.

I saw that it wouldn't hit me.


For example,

an elephant has a trunk...


Yes, a trunk goes along.

And a rhino has it across.

Do you get it?

It's a rhino's bone.

I'm just describing.

And toes. And feet.

Do you pay attention to feet?

Not to mine.

- What about others' feet?

- Yes. Sometimes.

Above all,

they should have no cracks.

Then you need a fretsaw...

It's still smoldering...

You've run over and tumbled it.

You've done their job.


You're so good at it.

Shoot it, for f***'s sake.

Load more.

Look, he's laughing himself, f***er.

They are having fun, motherfuckers.

In Russia, we have

the foundation of society.

The backbone of society,

these hard-working men and women.

So, we tell him:

"C'mon, dude."

Zhenya, c'mon, reproduce.

You have 150 million bloody sperm cells

in each portion of your sperm.

150 millions sperm cells!

Zhenya, why do we

flush them down the toilet?

"Do it in the womb, in the womb.

Ejaculate into the womb."

And he says:

"I'm working so damn hard, guys."

"I have no money. How can I?"

What? He can't?

Well, he can't. Wait. Careful.

He brings her...

Wait. He shares a flat with a guy,

with his colleague, in Odintsovo.

35,000 for two rooms.

Got it? So, in Odintsovo...

I suppose, about 30 minutes.

Okay. Bye.

When these

bloody dash cams appeared...

there's so f***ing many

funny things now on the internet,


All the sh*t is uploaded to the internet.

Car crashes, goddammit.

F***, the road police

is now afraid of these cams.

They see it

and just don't bother you.

They stay f***ing away.

These cams f***ing glow as well...

This one that I bought

is an improved one.

The f***ing lens moves separately.

You don't have to move

the whole thing.

It turns to the left, to the cabin.

This is unnecessary.

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