A group of Russian soldiers fight to hold a strategic building in their devastated city against a ruthless German army, and in the process become deeply connected to two Russian women who have been living there.

Director:

Fedor Bondarchuk

Writers:

Vasiliy Grossman (book), Sergey Snezhkin (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Mariya Smolnikova ... Katya
Yanina Studilina ... Masha
Pyotr Fyodorov ... Kapitan Gromov
Thomas Kretschmann ... Kapitan Kan (as Tomas Krechmann)
Sergey Bondarchuk ... Sergey Astakhov
Dmitriy Lysenkov ... Chvanov
Andrey Smolyakov ... Polyakov
Aleksey Barabash Aleksey Barabash ... Nikiforov
Oleg Volku Oleg Volku ... Krasnov
Heiner Lauterbach ... Khenze (as Khayner Lauterbakh)
Polina Raykina Polina Raykina ... Natashka
Anna von Haebler Anna von Haebler ... Nina (as Anna von Abler)
Yuriy Nazarov ... V roli navodchika (as Yuriy Vladimirovich Nazarov)
Mariya Sittel Mariya Sittel ... Perevod rechi premer-ministra Yaponii chitaet (voice)
Petar Zekavica Petar Zekavica ... Yurgens (as Petar Zekavitsa)
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Storyline

Stalingrad has become hell and paradise for those who were worthy of awards, but the only reward they managed to get was love. How they won, and how they were not defeated, who they were and who was on the other side of the street, what secret they have taken away with them - the movie will tell this story. Written by Iliya Tilkin

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Taglines:

The epic battle that turned the tide of World War II

Genres:

Action | Drama | War

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for sequences of war violence | See all certifications »

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Trivia

Stalingrad is the first Russian movie made completely in 3D IMAX and the first non-North American film in the IMAX format. However, it is not the first 3D movie to come out of Russian territory. The honor goes to "Concert" produced in 1940-1941 in USSR, directed by Alexander Andrievsky, and released on February 4th, 1941. See more »

Goofs

When Katya shoots the German getting water, the bolt (cocking knob at the rear) on the Mosin-Nagant is forward. It is essentially on Safe. When you cycle the bolt handle on the rifle, that part of the bolt stays back. It contains the firing pin. There is no way it can fire with the firing pin forward. See more »

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Stalingrad- A missed opportunity

For the story, I give this movie a 5/10. I was a little bored by it. However, for the fighting, this movie gets a 8/10. This movie has some of the best fighting scenes I have ever seen. The visuals also are truly some of the best I have ever seen. Any future war movie needs to borrow from this movies visuals. I can't overstate how blown away visually the combat was.

This movie deserves better than a 5.6. I can understand a low rating for the boring scenes in between the fighting, but its just too low for what its really worth. It is clear this movie missed the mark in delivering a good story as well as making us truly love the characters who were rather still good. More fighting and less sitting around would have done this movie far better.


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Country:

Russia

Language:

Russian | German | Japanese

Release Date:

10 October 2013 (Russia) See more »

Also Known As:

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Filming Locations:

Russia See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

$30,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$510,846, 2 March 2014

Gross USA:

$1,013,945

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$68,316,452
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Sound Mix:

Auro 11.1

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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