“Clayton Vomero, with the curiosity of an entomologist, examines the post-Soviet cultural space formed in the era of consumption, neo-feudalism, simulacra and endless chaos. Here the grandmother sings the advertising jingle of Coca-Cola under her breath, here the representatives of the Bonchinche voghouse jump on the bed, here the rapper philosopher Husky, locked in a car, talks about culture, and the monumental Artemy Troitsky recalls his youth, here’s a guy who trades fake sneakers, and girls from Vladimir live on the net. Russian and Ukrainian young people testify to how the empire collapsed and culture surrendered to consumerism without a fight. Strange as it may seem, the main musical hero is Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake - almost all the heroes recall August 1991.” - Коммерса́нтъ