Enemy at the Gates

Enemy at the Gates
Enemy at the Gates

Year

2001

Duration

125 minutes

Genres

Drama, War Films

Language

English

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Synopsis

In one of the most destructive conflicts the world has ever known, the major opposing forces have reached an impasse. World War Two's battle for the Russian city of Stalingrad will almost certainly tip the whole war in favour of whomever emerges victorious - and now, the German army stands on one side of the city's gates, while the Russian army holds on desperately to the other. Meanwhile, in no man's land, two lone snipers - a Russian shepherd and a German nobleman - are locked in a battle of wills and marksmanship in this tense, dark and powerful drama, with stand-out performances from stars Jude Law and Joseph Fiennes.

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15 Classification

Contains strong war violence and horror, moderate sex and one use of strong bad language

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