When you read about what goes into the consumer's basket, you do not take the quantity you see the way you do when you see it on the photos. The creators of this project used electronic scales to show how it all looks like in minimum quantity. From this it comes out unusual. In the different regions of Russia, the average consumer basket
varies. For example in 2011, the Government of Sverdlovsk region of the I quarter of 2011 set a living wage at a level of US$213 per capita. These include: food - US$82, non-food items - US$32, services - US$84, mandatory payments and fees at US$15. The officiais find this to be sufficient.
What you see is neither a warehouse filled with finished cars nor an auto park belonging to the Emir of Bahrain. It is just a regular parking lot in front of the Sea Station in Saint-Petersburg. Russian agents Smith
have come together before a succeeding important meeting. The car bumper stickers state: "A special gift to an official who could withstand corruption from grateful tax payers of Russia, 2011".