If You Liked "Stalingrad" - This is For You!

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If You Liked "Stalingrad" - This is For You!

Post by sylvieK4 » 10 May 2005 16:38

A photo synopsis. Images from: http://multidoc.rediris.es/ and http://www.hipp-foto.de/
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Post by Karbine » 10 May 2005 17:13

couldent you have just edited your post? nice pics though.

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Post by sylvieK4 » 10 May 2005 20:48

Karbine wrote:
couldent you have just edited your post? nice pics though.
If you mean couldn't I have put all of the pictures into one post, no. Only three image blocks can be attached at a time, so I added them sequentially.

I love "Stalingrad". Although the uniforms at the beginning are farby for WWII, its a great film. :)

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Post by Ryan94 » 10 May 2005 21:05

sylvieK4 wrote: If you mean couldn't I have put all of the pictures into one post, no. Only three image blocks can be attached at a time, so I added them sequentially.

I love "Stalingrad". Although the uniforms at the beginning are farby for WWII, its a great film. :)
Well, you can also see alot of swedish tunics (converted ones of course ;) ) but I think the movie is (your already said it) great and even "bad"/wrong uniforms cannot make it much more worse. :)

/David

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Post by Karbine » 10 May 2005 21:34

sylvieK4 wrote:Karbine wrote:
couldent you have just edited your post? nice pics though.
If you mean couldn't I have put all of the pictures into one post, no. Only three image blocks can be attached at a time, so I added them sequentially.

I love "Stalingrad". Although the uniforms at the beginning are farby for WWII, its a great film. :)
just upload it to imageshack or something..starlingrad ive only seen a bit of,really want to see it but its never on tv or anything,any movie clips on the net anywhere or a trailer i cant seem to find any.

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Post by Sbf.Koch » 11 May 2005 00:38

It is very hard to find, and if you really cannot find it just download it. I think that is not piracy because after all you want to buy one, but cannot find it... I downloaded it with E-Mule, very simple...

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Post by sylvieK4 » 11 May 2005 12:33

It is actually available for sale on the UK amazon.com site for £6.97

http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASI ... 29-7675024

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Post by Ryan94 » 11 May 2005 12:49

And on Ebay.de is it availabe in a specialversion with 2 DVD's...
http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN/B ... 57-7850945

On the second DVD is a three part documentation about the attack, the fighting in the citiy and the capitulation of the germanin Stalingrad... (the DVD cost 10,- €)

/David (...who finally wants to watch Star Wars Episode III... :lol:)

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Post by Landsturm » 11 May 2005 14:58

I always remember the horrible scene (seen in A7.jpg) where soldier is left "standing on his torso", screaming and shaking, after being mutilated by a shot from Soviet tank. BTW, did you know that some scenes in this MAGNIFICENT movie was shot in Finland? :D

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Post by finnjaeger » 12 May 2005 08:46

Excellent movie. I enjoyed the dark mood this movie has right from the beginning when those troops arrived in Stalingrad. I just wish those two guys would have gotten away and not frozen to the snow at the end. I think the tank battle was filmed in Finland.

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Post by Landsturm » 12 May 2005 12:56

I think the tank battle was filmed in Finland.
I too think that was the one, the landscape is some how so Finn...

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Post by sylvieK4 » 12 May 2005 19:31

Landsturm wrote:
BTW, did you know that some scenes in this MAGNIFICENT movie was shot in Finland?
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I think the tank battle was filmed in Finland.
I had heard some of the film was made in Finnland. It must have been interesting for the locals to see the armor and the men in uniform running around there! :) Where were the in-city scenes filmed? (e.g outside the factory, etc.?)

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