In the winter of 1943, against the background of battle scenes, a young German Lieutenant who increasingly distrusts the inhuman Nazi ideology struggles with the concept of war. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Stalingrad: Dogs, Do You Want to Live Forever?
In the winter of 1943, against the background of battle scenes, a young German Lieutenant who increasingly distrusts the inhuman Nazi ideology struggles with the concept of war.
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Dean M (it) wrote: This is what I thought it's very familiar with classics such as 1994's Wing Chun starring Michelle Yeoh that told the story of the origins of the martial arts style. The action here comes in intense does as Wing Chun fights off her goes like the original, especially at the ending.The romantic part of the movie started off with a misunderstanding, like the original, that eventually is reconciled in a funny yet touching manner, and it helps to have Yuen Wah and Yuen Qiu to bolster the funniness, though the leads certainly carried the film. Shaoqun Yu is convincing as the scholarly gentlemen Bao Chou who eventually sees the quality in Wing Chun, while Wing Chun herself is played winningly by Jing Bai, who I have never seen before but played the part beautifully. And I recognised who played Wing Chun's master, Ng Mui, was Kara Hui known as "Auntie" in 1981's My Young Auntie, she still looks the same in her recently age.
Michael N (ag) wrote: It's smart enough to use its best actors as often as possible, but there's simply nothing going on here. Except for Paz de la Huerta orgasming while getting worked on by a chiropractor. And it is worth watching just for that. But I'd watch Paz de la Huerta read a phone book.
Susan G (es) wrote: Meh. Too much bi-sexual fantasy scenes.
Christopher T (ru) wrote: Part cultural critique, part music video, part time capsule - all fun!
Katie B (jp) wrote: In their final film together, Errol Flynn and Olivia de Havilland still had it: remarkable onscreen chemistry; their performances held their own, especially in their final parting scene. Regardless of the historical inaccuracies, the film displays a well-rounded world for its characters, one of youth, laughs, love, serious understanding, glory, and death. Not my favorite Flynn-de Havilland movie, but a really moving one.
Jervaughn G (ru) wrote: SO AWESOME!!!!! It made me turn up and get wild.