30th Anniversary of Film "Kin-Dza-Dza!" Google Doodle
30th Anniversary of Film "Kin-Dza-Dza!" Google Doodle
Google Doodle is Celebrating 30th Anniversary of Film "Kin-Dza-Dza!" by posting a beautiful Google Logo on its homepage.

Kin-Dza-Dza! is a 1986 Soviet sci-fi cult dystopian comedy, created by Mosfilm, the oldest film studio in Europe. A construction worker and a student push the wrong button on an unidentifiable device and end up on an obscure and advanced telepathic planet called Pluke where a series of strange and hilarious events unfold. The lives, philosophies and social structures of those who inhabit this distant planet are explored and paralleled to life here on earth in an unusually entertaining and thought-provoking manner.

Because the Plukanians are inherently telepathic, they only speak a few actual words—ky (pronounced “koo”) and kyu, which is a swear word. One of the fun plot details that permeate the film is that the material used in making the heads of regular matches serves as currency on the planet.

For the 30th anniversary of Kin-Dza-Dza, today’s Doodle depicts the most famous scene from the film where the main characters, Bi and Uef, are squatting and chanting a resounding “ku!”

This Doodle's Reach Russia country.