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½ August 21, 2013
World War II romance between Russian partisan leader, Gregory Peck, and ballerina, Tamara Toumanova, with a terrific final fight as the small band hold off German tanks.
rubystevens
Super Reviewer
April 22, 2013
this practically unseen tourneur must have gotten buried during the cold war. featuring tourneur's biggest budget, immediately after the success of 'cat people', it's gripping and suspenseful, with great characterizations. gregory peck's debut opposite the 'black pearl' of the russian ballet, tamara toumanova, features a bit too much speechifying but it's a wonderful bit of propaganda all the same
½ August 31, 2012
Días de Gloria (Days of Glory, 1944) dir. por Jacques Tourneur. Pelicula con la que debuta en el cine Grerory Peck. . La trama es sobre unos milicianos rusos que se esconden en un monasterio en ruinas para evitar el avance nazi. En realidad el filme es una película romantica de corte belico muy emotiva. No dire que es la obra maestra de Tourneur, pero tampoco puede minimizarse esta pelicula que debieran volver a analizar aquellos que la han menospreciado por poseer un mensaje patriotico.
½ August 29, 2012
Rare piece of American cinema praising the Soviet war effort, although the actual story itself isn't anything special and full of cliches in what is Gregory Peck's first outing.
½ April 5, 2012
GETS A STAR 4 MARKING THE DEBUT OF MY NAMESAKE, GREGORY PECK THE MOVIE IS A LAME PIECE OF LOOSLY HID PROPROGANDA
September 5, 2011
Before the Russians were considered dirty commies by Hollywood, they were salt-of-the-earth freedom fighters, taking on the Nazis, lead by Gregory Peck in his film debut. Jacques Tourneur is somewhat of an underrated director, but this film is not among his best. Still, it's not a bad film. My main complaint is that the pace seems unnecessarily slow in places, but Tourneur manages to deliver several memorable and visually striking sequences. Worth watching, but far from a classic.
March 13, 2010
61/100. This film is best known for introducing Gregory peck to the world in his film debut. It's a rather awkward World War II propaganda film, it's goal being to rally support of Americans toward our Allies, namely Russia. It is interesting for it's historical perspective, but it is too obvious and too melodramatic. It is moving and has a good production.
March 13, 2010
61/100. This film is best known for introducing Gregory peck to the world in his film debut. It's a rather awkward World War II propaganda film, it's goal being to rally support of Americans toward our Allies, namely Russia. It is interesting for it's historical perspective, but it is too obvious and too melodramatic. It is moving and has a good production.
January 11, 2009
What you believe in, is worth defending
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