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Gitler kaput! (2008)

A Russian WW2 spy spoof following misadventures of a clueless Soviet secret agent trapped inside Hitler's inner circle.


Marius Balchunas (as Maryus Vaysberg)


Marius Balchunas (as Maryus Vaysberg)




Cast overview, first billed only:
Pavel Derevyanko ... Shtandartenfyurer Shurenberg / Aleksandr Isaevich Osechkin
Anna Semenovich ... Radistka Zina
Yuriy Galtsev Yuriy Galtsev ... Muller
Yuriy Stoyanov ... Borman
Aleksey Ogurtsov Aleksey Ogurtsov ... Zheleznyy Gans
Evelina Blyodans ... Frau Oddo (as Evelina Bledans)
Mikhail Krylov Mikhail Krylov ... Adolf Gitler
Ilya Oleynikov ... Podpolshchik / Stalin
Aleksey Buldakov ... Kuzmich
Timur Yunusov ... 50 Bundes-Shillingov (as Timati)
Anfisa Chekhova Anfisa Chekhova ... Seks-Shifrovshchitsa
Kseniya Sobchak ... Eva Braun
Mikhail Galustyan ... Partizan Rabinovich
Igor Gasparyan ... Inzhener Garik
Aleksandr Bezrukov Aleksandr Bezrukov ... Aysman


A Russian WW2 spy spoof following misadventures of a clueless Soviet secret agent trapped inside Hitler's inner circle.

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Great comedy, love the movie! If you are not Russian you will not get it.
23 December 2012 | by Taburetka13See all my reviews

If you are not familiar with Russian pop culture you will not get anything out of this movie besides grotesque scenes of action and bizarre dialog. In reality this movie pays a great homage to the old soviet spy movies. Especially the cult spy series "twelve moments of spring", from which it borrows most of the characters. It is also relentlessly pokes in the most satirical way at todays new Moscow corporate Russia, by presenting it in the form of the third Reich. This movie is comedy genius. Great selection of actors, with some Russian comedy heavy weights. I struggle to see how anyone non Russian would get what the movie is about. But if you watch it, don't judge it as it is not made for the Western audience.

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Release Date:

18 September 2008 (Russia) See more »

Also Known As:

Hitler kaput! See more »

Filming Locations:

Balaklava, Crimea, Ukraine See more »


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