How To Sell An Apartments In Russia With A Help Of Quentin Tarantino?

To sell an apartments is quite an issue. Some cannot do it for years as supply is surpassing demand. Owners often have to agree on a considerably lower price. Who could be asked for help in this situation?

Alexander Kainov from Chelyabinsk, Russia, decided to address the legendary movie maker Quentin Tarantino. When he came to Moscow this month, Russian Internet exploded with funny memes featuring Quentin:

And Alexander thought it could be useful for selling his flat. He added images of Tarantino from Moscow pictures to photographs of his poor flat and published the result. His advert became very popular.

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