Reminds me of the Soviet movie ”father of a soldier”. It is a movie about an old Georgian whose son is a soldier at the front so the father enlists to find him. After going through the war, the father finally finds his son in Berlin where he dies in his arms. The movie is ok as far has Soviet films go. But the premise of the Premium A Pledge A Day Keeps The Commies Away Shirt. And a remake would be fucking awesome. I have always said Russians make the best WWII movies. For those interested in the subject watch ‘Come and See’. It is available on YouTube. And sweet fucking Christ makes sure you’re ready to watch it. The village to swamp scene might be the most stressful thing I’ve ever watched, at least until the next village scene.
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Come and See isn’t Russian. It’s Belarusian. But both were part of the Soviet Union back when the film was made anyway. But it’s definitely the best World War II film ever made! Be aware, though: it’s also tremendously realistic, especially. In its depiction of the crimes committed on the Premium A Pledge A Day Keeps The Commies Away Shirt. Definitely not for the faint-hearted! Furreal. The Germans getting drunk to make the killings easier will stick with me for the rest of my life. Also what happens to that one person the character meets. I’m sure you know what I’m talking about, yikes! I’ve tried watching come and see but I found it really bad and stop watching halfway through, it was praised a lot so I don’t know if I watched it wrong or it just isn’t my cup of tea but I think I’ll try watching it again.
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