Quotes Unteroffizier Manfred Rohleder: Forgive me for being too lazy to find a link and post it but, youtube also has the full movie dubbed in English if you prefer. I can’t imagine having to repeat that scene more than once. Is this your first time at the front? It’s true that I can hardly explain it. This is where I find the movie quite confusing. Paulus vacilated greatly on the topic of his surrender.
Despite his many many flaws, Paulus managed to keep discipline in the 6th Army’s ranks through some fairly draconian measures. That line remind me, in the soviet war museum in the Kremlin, there’s a display of a nazi flag and on top of it there’s a bunch of iron crosses scattered about. I began watching this film firmly committed to cheering the Russians and hating the Germans. On the other hand the movie contains a lot of true stuff you don’t normally see in war movies, like women serving in the red army and child-soldiers both of which are accurate for the time period. Les Miserables is called the story of coincidences and Stalingrad follows a similar vein, in my mind. It’s a chilling display. Then he changed his mind as the Soviets where outside his command post.
Horatio Nelson October in reply to Footslogger. I am reminded of the words: That is the message of this fine film. I have only seen pictures of it. Find showtimes, watch trailers, browse photos, track your Watchlist and rate your favorite movies and TV shows on your phone or tablet! Edit Storyline A depiction of the brutal battle of Stalingrad, the Third Reich’s ‘high water mark’, as seen through the eyes of German officer Hans von Witzland and his battalion.
Till the last man. I know some may say that the last dozens minutes are boring, but seriously, the only objective reason why you’d be incline to praise a boring patrol moment of Das Boot more than an escape from the Kessel is Klaus Doldinger’s music. And, to come to the defense of the above-mentioned Stalingrad, what the movie lacks in rhythm, it is certainly not lacking in authenticity.
The Soviets held a small slither of the riverbank by turning the sewer exit pipes on the Volga into fortified bunkers, which the Germans which the Germans were not able to evict them of.
Often, these movies are from books masterly written in a way only a Russian soul may convey, however red it may be. There was one memorable scene where a Russian tank and a German tank got bogged down close to each other and both crews got out to repair them without bothering each other.
It is a little mistake in my view to consider the Eastern Front to be under-represented, movie-wise – it’s first and foremost Soviet filmmaking about the topic which is grossly underrated, or sometimes completely ignored.
The building has high ceilings throughout, with many displays of Soviet war memoriabilia along the walls and around the room, then at boot level there are the remnants of the symbols of the Nazis. The scene where Lt.
You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. I saw a Russian movie called ‘Ivanovo detstvo’ Ivan’s Childhoodabout a young boy who acts as a courier between partisans and the regular army across the German lines.
It was alright and historical.
Apollo, I beg your pardon, if I may add, it’s rather ” come Idi and see Smotri ” From John’s Apocalypse and the break of englisu seals by the lamb, releasing the four horsemen, and thus God’s infinite wrath upon mankind Empires Dev Diary 3 – Buildings Something is coming It was a very chaotic affair, not a marching with hands held high kind of deal. The Horse Lords Tournament has started!
Always wonder in amazement of course how the Germans fought two world wars to be the leading economic power in Europe only to lose both world wars and become the leading ecomic power in Europe.
I can’t imagine having to repeat that scene more than once.
Beijing, China – Paris, France Status: Strange you would think that. When I saw the picture of it I had to laugh, because its a fantastic middle finger, but on the other hand it is somewhat sad when you think every one of those was an act of bravery in vain. The Eastern Front is unfortunately underrepresented as in everythingthough i have heard there’s a really good movie called Cross of Iron that I’ve never seen anywhere. No doubt meant to be Russian propaganda on how the might of communism destroyed the nazis.
Edit Did You Know? I did not like the movie either. Even Schindler in the film Schindler’s List used that threat on the train station in order to get his bookkeeper released from the death train. An anti-war movie does not show how great the Germans led by Coburn are. DB is a very good film indeed Quotes Unteroffizier Manfred Rohleder: I didn’t think it was worth sitting through the final 40 minutes.
If anything this is an anti-war movie, nothing I can see shows any admiration towards the Germans or war. A Russian and a German sniper play a game of cat-and-mouse during the Battle of Stalingrad. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. And it’s German, as it should be.