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Liberation (1971). Film IV: The Battle of Berlin (English subtitles).

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By:birubir
Category:Films and Movies
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Liberation (1971). Film IV: The Battle of Berlin (English subtitles).

The Liberation is an epic
...Liberation (1971). Film IV: The Battle of Berlin (English subtitles).

The Liberation is an epic five-part film series considered the most large-scale World War II film ever made in the Soviet Union. Filmed from 1968 to 1971, the first part was released during 1970 for the 25th anniversary of Victory Day. The series was a Soviet-Polish-East German-Italian-Yugoslavian co-production, by the studios Mosfilm, ZF-Start/PRF-ZF, Deutsche Film AG, Dino de Laurentiis Cinematografica and Avala Film. It was directed by Yuri Ozerov. The script was written by Yuri Bondarev and Oscar Kurganov.
The films are a dramatized account of the liberation of the Soviet Union's territory and the subsequent defeat of Nazi Germany in the Great Patriotic War, focusing on five major Eastern Front campaigns: the Battle of Kursk, the Lower Dnieper Offensive, Operation Bagration, the Vistula-Oder Offensive and the Battle of Berlin.
The series was created under the aegis of Soviet authorities, with the military and political establishment heavily involved in the production. Liberation was intended to present a heroic depiction of the Soviet role in the Second World War. Although many critics described it as an unrealistic glorification of the past, it became one the most widely recognized Soviet films dealing with the Great Patriotic War.

Film I: The Fire Bulge.
Film II: Breakthrough.
Film III (in 2 parts): Direction of the Main Blow.
Film IV: The Battle of Berlin.
Film V: The Last Assault.

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krazyrox wrote 12 months ago: Authentic to the last brass bullet, this
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Authentic to the last brass bullet, this sprawling masterwork depicts the most monstrous clash of arms in human history. If you love war movies that capture the passion, politics and almost unremitting explosive chaos of the real deal -- this is your 7+ hour ticket into the thicket. Shot in the actual locations of the conflagration, "Liberation" would have busted any Hollywood budget -- but as a creation of the Soviet socialist state, clearly no expense was spared in this super-production. Yes it is an epic monument of official propaganda that may have bankrupted the "workers' paradise" before its inevitable time -- but those who love their history and the tragically poetic pathos of the Russian soul, are in for a long, thrilling ride with the Red Army that Churchill -- rightly -- credited with ripping the guts out of Hitler's armored Nazi juggernaut.
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