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German / Russian (English subtitles)
The siege of Stalingrad of 1942-3, a turning point of World War II, was a battle of attrition between an ill-equipped, increasingly exhausted German force and a besieged Russian one, causing unimaginable suffering and costing more than a million lives. This expensively staged production, with its vivid, visceral battle sequences and its powerful presentation of the events on a large scale and smaller one, through the experiences of a handful of German soldiers, is a powerful, harrowing anti-war film.
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16+ years 166 mins
Set during World War One, this film from legendary director Jean Renoir about three French soldiers in a prison camp portrays war's harsh realities.
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