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This is, by some distance, the most astonishing video we’ve had the pleasure of showing off for quite a while.
It seems that, as with all right-minded nations, Russia is more than a little partial to Sherlock. So much so, in fact, that over the weekend (yesterday, in fact), a pack of fans took to the streets of St. Petersburg to enact a flashmob tribute to their favorite show.
It’s about 10 minutes long, you’ll get to see some re-enactments, a Holmes, a Watson, an Adler, a Moriarty, a lady in pink, and a mini-army of Russian recruits wearing “I am Sher-Locked” T-shirts and doing a synchronized dance. With a prominent place reserved for Andrew Scott’s voice, and Moriarty’s ringtone: the Bee Gees’ “Stayin’ Alive.”
And again from another angle, in another location:
For more pictures and videos from the event, check out the group’s page on the social media site VK.
Your move, international fandom!
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