In 1944, a courageous group of Russian soldiers managed to escape from German captivity in a half-destroyed legendary T-34 tank. Those were the times of unforgettable bravery, fierce fighting, unbreakable love, and legendary miracles.
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The Great Patriotic War is going on. Junior Lieutenant Nikolay Ivushkin in a small truck, along with the driver Vasya, barely survived, break away from the German tank. Ivushkin arrives at the headquarters located in the village of Nefyodovka, where he is appointed commander of the only surviving tank. Soon the tanks of the German Hauptmann Klaus Jäger arrive at the site. In battle, Ivushkin destroys the entire tank company of Yager (in a number of cases, with one projectile, two tanks at a time). However, the T-34 has serious damage, and Klaus destroys it. Ivushkin and mechanic-driver Stepan Vasilyonok were wounded and captured.Written by
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This film realistically portrays the life of a Soviet tank crew in WW 2 Europe. If you are a fan of films such as "Das Boot" or "The Beast" then I would highly recommend it. It is not a conventional Hollywood movie and respectfully and realistically handles the dialogue of the era and conflict. You won't see an actor from Brooklyn doing a lame General Burkhalter impression in English. The dialogue and vernacular with all its wartime colloquialisms are well executed by an excellent cast.. The film was well researched and I suspect the consultants used had first hand knowledge of warfare amongst the two combatants, Soviet Russia and Nazi Germany. Much like Das Boot, we releazize that it's only our own nations propoganda that allows people to dehumanize other people to the point that they should no longer exist. This film has lots of action.
Trivia :"Das Boot" is still the last film to use sub-titles
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