The archipelago of Palau, lost in the Pacific Ocean between the Philippines and Indonesia, full of secrets. White sand, turquoise waves and exotic fauna create the feeling of a true tropical paradise. But this impression is deceptive ...\ \ The jungle hides many. Absorbed in them, you can find skeletons of military aircraft during the Second World War, retreating and at low tide the water lifts the sunken ships, turned to coral reefs. Rumor has it that in 1945 it was removed in Palau and hidden gold Japan capitulated to the Allies did not get.\ \ Stars of Russian show-business profits in Palau, to become part of "The Island" project. Each of them will have to fight for survival and for the right to stay on the island. They did not expect to play in prison, not children's test is not illusory threats.\ \ Those who defied the Island, should know that here it does not matter, you're famous or not and how many fans you have. The only thing that may help - a willpower and a willingness to test, because only one of the participants will get a fabulous prize for which is to put everything at stake: 15 million rubles, or nearly half a million dollars!
Runtime: 70 minutes
Остров - Oktyabrsky Island - Netflix
Oktyabrsky Island (Остров Октябрьский; Russian for “October [Revolution] Island”) is an island in the Pregolya River in Kaliningrad, capital of Kaliningrad Oblast, an exclave of Russia. The island, covering about 10 square kilometres (3.9 sq mi), is immediately east (upriver) of the city's historic centre. When Kaliningrad was the German Königsberg, the island was called Lomse (Old Prussian for “swamps”) and largely used for grazing, except for the district of Lomse at its western end. Since the 2010s the island has been extensively redeveloped around the Kaliningrad Stadium, being constructed for the 2018 FIFA World Cup due to be held in Russia.
Остров - River channels - Netflix
The German name for the Pregolya River was the Pregel. The two channels of the Pregel, flowing to the north and south of Lomse Island, were called Neuer (“new”) or Samländischer (“of Sambia”) and Alter (“old”) or Natangischer (“of Natangia”) respectively.