Stalingrad

1995

Stalingrad

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Witness the story of six brothers in arms protecting the heart of their homeland.

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Cast

Dominique Horwitz
as Fritz Reiser
Jochen Nickel
as Manfred Rohleder `Rollo'
Thomas Kretschmann
as Hans von Witzland
Sebastian Rudolph
as GeGe Muller
Martin Benrath
as General Hentz
Karel Hermánek
as Hauptmann Husk
Ferdinand Schuster
as Double Edgar
Jaroslav Tomsa
as Opa Erwin
Petr Skarke
as Soldat 1
Cestmir Randa
as Soldat 3
Karel Habl
as Adjutant
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Audience Reviews for Stalingrad

  • Jun 13, 2014
    Brilliant depiction of the Battle of Stalingrad from the German point of view, Stalingrad is a stunning war drama that ranks among the genres finest works. The film is a near perfect war picture that shows the chaos of the battle. Brilliantly shot and acted, Stalingrad ranks among the finest films in the genre. This is a film that will definitely appeal to war film enthusiasts and it's truly a standout picture in terms of its scope and execution. The battle was a turning point in the war, before Stalingrad, the Germans seemed invincible, unstoppable, but upon this battle, things started to rule in the favor for the allies. Handled from the point of view of the Germans, it's a well crafted picture that shows what it was like during the battle, and it's an accurate portrait of the events that followed during the battle. War buffs will be satisfied with how the film was handled, and it's the best on film representation of the battle. The direction, acting and story are all excellent and highly engaging from start to finish. For the historical value, Stalingrad is great and it is one of the most accurate portraits of the Second World War that I have. As a whole, this ranks as a classic War film, and it succeeds at being a film that is taut, riveting and memorable. Stalingrad is a worthwhile film well worth your time. If you're interested in the subject, then give the film a watch, it's a stunning feat in cinema, and a finely executed picture that enthralls and captivates from start to finish. As one that really loves the genre of War films, and one who is greatly interested in the Second World War, Stalingrad is a fine film that is highly recommended because of its sheer power at storytelling and recreating one of the major events during the war.
    Alex r Super Reviewer
  • Dec 28, 2010
    I picked this movie up at the library & put it down but went back for it & I'm glad I did.It was a very good WW2 flick that was something different.I still can't get the image of the sodier getting hit by the tank missle out of my mind.If you're expecting a happy ending, Forget about it! You won't get 1 here.
    Brody M Super Reviewer
  • Nov 11, 2010
    The film depicts the brutality of war very effectively, with well rounded characters and solid performances, but the lack of a strong narrative driving force sometimes gets the viewer down.
    Quinto W Super Reviewer
  • Sep 22, 2009
    While the film fails at attempting to create an emotional connection between the audience and the central characters the film still succeeds brilliantly at portraying the utter insanity and brutality of what may have been the quintessential battle of WWII.
    Alec B Super Reviewer

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