Hello. Did you watch the scandalously famous Russian movie Leviathan? In Russia it became infamous because patriots reckon that the film director showed Russia as a poor gloomy corrupted country which is not true. The others say the movie represents the real state of things in Russian remote towns.
Anyway, it is just a movie, but..
Teriberka is a rural locality on Kola Peninsula, the small northern town where was filmed the most of scenes of the Leviathan. Seems like the film crew didn’t even need any decorations because Teriberka just fits perfectly for the movie. Below is a few photos of once flourishing Soviet town, but now almost dying Russian boondocks. So look and decide how much the real life is different from the film.
Photos by Konstantin Gribov