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    Unknown Battle

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    During WW2, in 1942 and 1943, a series of not-so-well known yet bloody battles occurred near the town of Rzhev. Those battles received the name of ‘Rzhev Meat Grinder’. The film is based on the award-winning novel by Vyacheslav Kondratyev, which tells about one of those battles and the ability to demonstrate courage, friendship, and the power of human spirit in the most horrible situations.

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    Unknown Battle GoMovies Review

    Unknown Battle is a wonderful movie in which there is the very magic of cinema, which makes the viewer believe that he, opposing all opponents, overcomes any obstacles and cope with all life`s adversities.

    A brilliant script that was something out of the ordinary for 2019, coupled with skillful directorial work, turned this movie into an example of good cinematography.

    I don`t understand whether Drama, War has outlived its usefulness, or whether the writers have forgotten how to write interesting ornate stories, this movie reminded me of a bunch of others, the director did not introduce anything fundamentally new.

    The movie is as multifaceted as our life is multifaceted, I advise you to postpone everything and spend 113 minutes on this movie watching.

    Igor Kopylov created the very movie, after watching which you want to erase your memory in order to watch it again, and again, like for the first time, feel the whole range of vivid emotions.

    The movie keeps tight grip on until the final credits, despite the fact that Aleksandr Bukharov, Aleksandr Gorbatov, Alexandr Aravushkin, Arseny Semenov, Dan Rozin, Grigory Nekrasov, Igor Grabuzov, Ivan Batarev, Oleg Gayanov, Sergey Zharkov performed their roles rather weakly, probably Stanislavsky himself would have told them: `I don’t believe`.