“Show Must Go On” by Moldovan farmers
The video cover of famous Queen’s hit mocks over Russian sanctions against fruits and vegetables from Moldova
Moldovan cover version of the legendary rock Queen’s “ Show Must Go On” literally blew up the Internet. For just a few days it received more than 750 thousand views.
The social advertising “GO ON. Fruits from Moldova” starring Moldovan farmers, tractor drivers, combiners, and simple village workers of different ages. In such creative way, farmers promote local fruits and vegetables, as well as mock over destruction of sanctioned products by Russia.
Video uploaded by Atelierul Sergiu Prodan
Moldova began facing problems with the export of agricultural products to Russia from late 2013, when the country signed the Association Agreement with the EU.
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