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The Dawns Here Are Quiet is a feature film directed by Stanislav Rostotsky based on Boris Vasilyev's novel of the same name. In 1973 the film was nominated for an Oscar in the "Best Foreign Language Film" category.
The film is set in Karelia (North-West of Russia near Finland) in 1941 during WWII. In a railway station far from the front line, senior sergeant Vaskov is stationed with a group of young female anti-aircraft gunners. Suddenly German paratroopers appear in the forest near their garrison. The senior sergeant and five female gunners, though outgunned and outnumbered, fight the Germans in the forest. All five female soldiers are killed during the course of the film, but in the end all sixteen German paratroopers are either killed or captured.
Only 'Old Men' Are Going to Battle (English subtitles).
One of the best Russian films about the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945. The old men (senior soldiers) in this squadron were no older than twenty, but those wet behind the ears, a reinforcement fresh from flying schools with accelerated training, were not allowed to go to battle for quite a while They were yet to experience everything the heat of the battle, the joy of the first victory over the enemy, the grandeur of a brotherhood strengthened with blood, the first love, and the bitterness of a loss. And there came the day when, on hearing the command only old men are going to battle, it was them who rushed to their planes. Only during its first year at the theatres, the film was seen by 44.3 million viewers a record in the history of world cinema. When this war musical was released (1973), audiences thronged at the theatres, asking for a spare ticket, and the old, long-forgotten Darkie song became very popular again. Incidentally, the character nicknamed Darkie had a real-life prototype Leonid Bykovs childhood friend, Victor Shcheglov.
This movie is about war! Our war, that killed 30 million people. It is about love. Love which does have country borders or nationalism! It is about soviet heroes, who died letting us live. Who died fighting against Hitler! There is no Soviet propaganda, which makes it suitable for any generation and for any person. The main idea is people. Their relationships, their dreams, their believes, their sacrifice and tears. This movie let you think about war. It wont show you physical pain, it will show you inner grief. Watch it and think twice voting for people who start wars, who says that your nation is better, who let people die!
For anyone interested in the topic of the Eastern Front of World War II without a doubt this film is interesting weekdays.
The Unknown War was a landmark television documentary series about the Soviet struggle against, and ultimate victory over, the Nazi war machine. Hosted and narrated by Academy Award winner Burt Lancaster, this sprawling series features rare and stunning footage recorded by Soviet camera crews on the front lines, most of it unseen since its original broadcast 30 years ago. From the June 22, 1941, invasion of the Soviet Union to the Russians’ victorious march into Berlin in 1945, the devastating battles in the air, at sea and on land are detailed with astonishing images. These stories of heroism, savagery and suffering from what the Russians call The Great Patriotic War will shed new light on the Red Army’s massive contribution to the Allies’ defeat of Hitler in World War II.