"Ubit Stalina" means to kill Ioseb Stalin on Russian language. This TV Mini-Series is directed by Sergey Ginzburg, known for "Once Upon a Time in Odessa". "Ubit Stalina" takes time in 1941,... See full summary »
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"Ubit Stalina" means to kill Ioseb Stalin on Russian language. This TV Mini-Series is directed by Sergey Ginzburg, known for "Once Upon a Time in Odessa". "Ubit Stalina" takes time in 1941, when Germans sent troops to invade Russia. Winter was very cold and soldiers couldn't stay on the front for a long time, so Germans decided to strike a crushing blow and cunning - to kill Ioseb Stalin. Leadership of the Reich created special group of officers from the team "Abwehr" "Brandenburg-800". This team helped Nazi agent to deeply embed in USSR army - Will generals of USSR army find out agent? Will they save Russia from invasion of Nazi?.. Written by Luka Kurdiani

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25 November 2013 (Russia)  »

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Watchable piece of Russia history
30 November 2016 | by See all my reviews

I have always been highly interested in films and documents about Russia history, but since many years now, all the stuff made is not released in France, except some rare ones and only in DVD. But not them all, like this one. I am also surprised that even a Russian viewer has not commented it yet. I received it with English subtitles. It is interesting, except the directing and overall editing is somewhat corny, and sometimes laughable, but that doesn't spoil the overall work after all. One thing amused me, the actor playing Stalin looks like another dictator: Saddam Hussein. Ha ha ha ... And, as we can expect, it is rather foreseeable, the good Russians vs the bad and ugly Germans - Nazis. The Russian movie industry looks very like the American and South Korean one, with also many poignant and tearful sequences, made to make the audiences weep. This mini series should have been released in France, but I guess the problem was that it was a mini series instead a film. Most stuff from Russia shown in France in DVD are movies and not mini series. Shameful.


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