Movie: The Battle of Sevastopol

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Movie: The Battle of Sevastopol

Post by Dennis Redler » 22 Dec 2015 22:14

I don't know if this was discussed here before, but I just saw this movie and totally enjoyed it. I recommend it highly.
http://www.imfdb.org/wiki/Battle_of_Sev ... evastopol)
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Re: Movie: The Battle of Sevastopol

Post by Dennis Redler » 22 Dec 2015 22:17

Great and powerful movie.
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Re: Movie: The Battle of Sevastopol

Post by Tirdad » 30 Dec 2015 15:47

the most intersting part was trainings, where comisar ordered to burn Dolls !!!
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Re: Movie: The Battle of Sevastopol

Post by TISO » 02 Jan 2016 23:19

Tirdad wrote:the most intersting part was trainings, where comisar ordered to burn Dolls !!!
Not dolls but everything civilian they brought with them to get them to understand that they are not going home soon with his rant "we thought that war would be easy and we will win fast but we are retreating, understand retreating and taking great losses. And tomorow those losses will be you"

Really great and powerfull movie. In my book ranks as no.1 with Brest fortress. They did take some liberties with the true story but managed to keep that in reasonable mesure

This song fits well Polina Gagarina - Kukushka (Cookoo) with clips from the movie
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Re: Movie: The Battle of Sevastopol

Post by Dan W. » 12 Feb 2016 16:02

Dennis Redler wrote:I don't know if this was discussed here before, but I just saw this movie and totally enjoyed it. I recommend it highly.
http://www.imfdb.org/wiki/Battle_of_Sev ... evastopol)
Dennis, where did you find this movie? Your link contains no information. It does look interesting.

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Re: Movie: The Battle of Sevastopol

Post by von thoma » 06 May 2018 04:49

Curious, Russian snipers always shot a German soldier with a wire roller in the back....
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