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In an old thread on this subject, someone posted some of the photos/video captures where it was easy to tell the "saucer" was a model/fake. It was posted on imgshack in the old thread and the link died, but I saved it and uploaded it to ATS, note especially the second image where it looks really fake where you can see the edge of the model.
originally posted by: mirageman
It was a mockumentary. A hoax. Call it whatever you want. But it was all made up.
How a UFO could crash like that and there'd be no damage to the treeline a few feet behind it?
Here's a couple of links from people who delved a bit deeper.
originally posted by: buddhasystem
IMHO it's most definitely fake (and was indeed discussed on ATS years ago).
The soldiers and officers in the film are in infantry uniform (not the KGB as the title would suggest), I can tell that by the color of their strips. The way they "establish the perimeter" is entirely fake. They crowd the front area of the alleged craft and don't cover the rear of it. They point their guns towards the people doing investigation instead of surveying the outside of the area. The type of truck in the movie is rarely used for transporting personnel (although it's possible).
The physical film itself is presented in a box with Russian inscriptions that don't match the type of film.