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The Day of the Siege: September Eleven 1683 (2012)

11 settembre 1683 (original title)
In the summer of 1683, 300,000 warriors of the Ottoman Empire began the siege of Vienna. The fall of the city would have opened the way to conquer Europe. On September 11. was the main battle between the Polish cavalry and the Turks.

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Duchess of Lorena (as Alicja Bachleda Curus)
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Leopoldo I
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Rosa Cristofori
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Duke of Lorena
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Carlo Cristofori
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Katski
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In the summer of 1683, 300,000 warriors of the Ottoman Empire began the siege of Vienna. The fall of the city would have opened the way to conquer Europe. On September 11. was the main battle between the Polish cavalry and the Turks.

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Rated R for war violence | See all certifications »

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€12,000,000 (estimated)
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Marco D'Aviano: [Speaking to a mob] Enough. Stop! Enough! You weren't even born when he came to Aviano. In all these years he has done no harm to anyone. He is living proof that we can live together, respecting each other's faiths. We can live in peace with these people.
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Very Enjoyable
15 October 2015 | by (Israel) – See all my reviews

This movie came out in 2012. A lot has happened since then notably Islam and it's proclivity toward conflict and conquest.

This is a film where Christians win. 2015 is the date of this review Christians don't seem to be winning much in the world today. Actually they're being drown, crucified and burnt alive. Few people care.

Actually, this was the second try. Moslems had tried before to enter Europe through Vienna. They lost then too. Sweet

IMDb is taking a chance now by publishing a review not favorable to those of the Muslim persuasion. It doesn't take much to upset Muslims and they get so violent.

I didn't care about technical aspects and the GCI. There wasn't much blood. No sex. It's just a story about a special monk, Moslem jihadists, and how the Polish King saved the day. He saved Europe for Christianity not that many people care about Christianity these days. They don't.

If you want to see the good guys win, watch this movie.

But still, for one of a few shining moments the Jihad stopped. It was stopped cold by the Polish army and I was glad for it.


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