28 Panfilovec - 28 Gardisten Inhaltsverzeichnis
Während des Zweiten Weltkriegs rückt die deutsche Armee mit ihren 54 Panzern und zahlreichen Soldaten immer weiter nach Moskau vor. Die Kompanie um General Ivan Panfilov weiß, dass sie den Deutschen schutzlos ausgeliefert ist. Doch die. In bitterer Kälte und mit wenig Ausrüstung ausgestattet, kämpften die 28 Panfilov-Gardisten unerbittlich, um ihr geliebtes Vaterland zu verteidigen. Über den russischen Kriegsfilm 28 Panfilovec - 28 Gardisten ist schon vor dem Kinostart eine hitzige Kontroverse um den Wahrheitsgehalt des. Herbst Die deutschen Truppen, die in der Nähe von Volokolamsk stationiert sind, sind nur noch zwei Stunden von Moskau entfernt. 28 Panfilovec - 28 Gardisten. Originaltitel. Dvadtsat vosem panfilovtsev. Startdatum. FSK. Regie. Kim Druzhinin · Andrey Shalopa. Darsteller.
Bei den Abwehrkämpfen im November verschanzten sich der Reportage zufolge 28 Infanteristen der Division Panfilows (die sogenannten Panfilowzy) bei. [Von Michael Barth] – „28 Panfilovec – 28 Gardisten“ – der Film über die Ruhmestaten der Roten Armee vor Moskau, wurde schon von den. 28 Panfilovec - 28 Gardisten. Originaltitel. Dvadtsat vosem panfilovtsev. Startdatum. FSK. Regie. Kim Druzhinin · Andrey Shalopa. Darsteller. Https://e-dev.se/filme-german-stream/fack-ju-gghte-netflix.php this Rating Title: Panfilov's 28 6. Choral parts are performed by vocalists of the Moscow Synodal Choir under the direction of the Honored Artist of Russia Aleksei Puzankov, instrumental musicians of the ensemble of soloists of strategie zoroark Academic Symphony Orchestra of the Philharmonic. We are not given more, neither reasons to hate the Luzifer engel no preaching to a choir or chest-thumping nationalism or an unsubtle "hidden" anti-Soviet message. The division suffered heavy casualties but showed high morale and good fighting qualities. Continue reading the latest version.
In order to move the toy tank were like moving the present, it was necessary to shoot it four times faster, and then slow down the received frames.
The camera, accordingly, had to be moved four times faster than on the field, which can not be done with hands. Therefore, in the pavilion shootings for camera control, the operators used the robotic arm KUKA Agilus, provided and programmed with the help of specialists from the Research Research Institute of Robotics.
For close-up shots, a full-size mock-up of the PzKpfw IV tank was built, the cabin of which was recreated on Lenfilm as a separate capsule on the springs, which made it possible to achieve realistic pitching during shooting.
Currently, the layout is kept in the Museum of the Karelian isthmus in the Vyborg. The whole film was shot on the camera Arri Alexa English Russian, except for tanks, where because of the size required the apparatus of the company Red.
Optometry used a spherical lens Illumina of the St. Petersburg plant "LOMO" - according to the operator, this solution allowed to smooth out the effect of the "excessively high-quality" image, which is inherent in all modern cameras.
Sound for the film was recorded and reduced to the technical base of the studio " Nevafilm ". Mikhail Kostylev, famous for his soundtracks for computer games, took up writing music for the film.
According to the composer, he sought to convey a sense of pride in the Victory and the feat, creating an epic musical background in which the drama would remain.
The leitmotif of most compositions is the theme "Eternal Flame", which Kostylev wrote at an early stage of the production of the film.
The soundtrack was recorded after the presentation of the video, with the first score for all instruments was recorded using a MIDI editor.
This allowed the director to immediately appreciate the approximate sound of the music, its mood and tempo.
Then, using a metronome, individual instrument parts, vocals, chorus and parts were recorded, in which a whole orchestra was involved.
Choral parts are performed by vocalists of the Moscow Synodal Choir under the direction of the Honored Artist of Russia Aleksei Puzankov, instrumental musicians of the ensemble of soloists of the Academic Symphony Orchestra of the Philharmonic.
People that do that are filthy scum. Rent a film in Russia was held from November 24 to December 26, The volume of the total ticket office for the first weekend was ,, rubles.
According to the report of the Cinema Foundation , at the 48th week from 24 to 30 November , Russian cinemas were visited by 3.
The fund reports that the percentage of morning and afternoon shows was at evening level. That is, the film attracted a wide audience - and the adult viewer, and schoolchildren with students.
In total, up to November 30, 36, sessions were held in Russia, which were attended by , spectators.
The fees in Kazakhstan amounted to On December 26, the film became available for purchase in online stores, and on January 27, , it was released on DVD and Blu-ray.
By mid-January, box office fees amounted to about Panfilov's 28 Men holds an aggregate score of 6. Panfilov's 28 Men.
Panfilov's 28 Men Theatrical release poster. Panfilov's Twenty Eight Gaijin Entertainment. This section does not cite any sources.
In , a courageous group of Russian soldiers managed to escape from German captivity in a half-destroyed legendary T tank. Those were the times of unforgettable bravery, fierce fighting, unbreakable love, and legendary miracles.
The movie is set in Belarus, where a team of counter-intelligence officers is given only three days to find a German radio operator posing as a Soviet soldier, behind soviet lines, on the Russia, May Well behind friendly lines a veteran sergeant commands a small anti-aircraft unit.
His troops are inexperienced women. They will soon be tested in battle as the Germans parachute a crack squad of saboteurs into the area.
A group of Russian soldiers fight to hold a strategic building in their devastated city against a ruthless German army, and in the process become deeply connected to two Russian women who have been living there.
Young Soviet Army recruits are stuck in the bloody war in Afghanistan, that was started by politicians. The film is based on a novella by the well-known Stoviet writer who served on the front, Emmanuil kazakevich "Two in the Steppe" and the war diaries of Konstantin Simonov.
Based on the account by reporter Vasiliy Koroteev that appeared in the Red Army's newspaper, Krasnaya Zvezda, shortly after the battle, this is the story of Panifilov's Twenty-Eight, a group of twenty-eight soldiers of the Red Army's th Rifle Division, under the command of General Ivan Panfilov, that stopped the advance on Moscow of a column of fifty-four Nazi tanks of the 11th Panzer Division for several days.
Though armed only with standard issue Mosin-Nagant infantry rifles and DP and PM-M machine guns, all useless against tanks, and with wholly inadequate RPG anti-tank grenades and PTRD anti-tank rifles, they fought tirelessly and defiantly, with uncommon bravery and unwavering dedication, to protect Moscow and their Motherland.
This is an excellent war film about a very straightforward story. Hold your position. That's it. The protagonists are a group of Soviet soldiers from the Russian and -stan republics Kazakhstan and co.
Not much importance is given to the characters there's 28 of them, after all but they have some very interesting discussions about nationhood, war, life and death, quite philosophical for a trench, without being unrealistic or preachy.
The bad guys don't need a lot of presentation. We've seen them before in other films, they're Nazis. We are not given more, neither reasons to hate the Nazis no preaching to a choir or chest-thumping nationalism or an unsubtle "hidden" anti-Soviet message.
The Nazis are advancing to Moscow. These guys want to stop them. It's black and white. There's none of that here. Politics are not present in this film and other than the usage of tovarishch comrade when addressing officers, one would not know that it was the Soviet Union, a communist state, in this battle.
There are no Soviet flags, no red anything really. It doesn't change the story either way. It was 28 men against a large group of tanks and infantry.
It wasn't empire vs empire. The action is beautifully done and very realistic. There is no unnecessary gore, blood, scalping, decapitation, etc.
I don't know how realistic or unrealistic that is. I've seen movies that overdo it a bullet to the chest causing a waterfall of blood , and although the depiction of gore doesn't bother me, overdoing anything gets boring quickly.
In all cases, when people wearing layer upon layer of heavy winter coats get shot, you won't see a lot of blood. The added bonus of not seeing blood is not knowing who is dead and who isn't, who is covered in earth and who is buried alive, who is mortally injured and who is just knocked out.
The Russians can feign death and the Germans would not know it, but the Russians could also really be dead and their own men won't know it.
It adds a bit of mystery, unpredictability and suspense to the story. The soundtrack is amazing, but let me qualify that. Most of this film is action, so it has action scene music with loud and low bass instruments, trumpets and so on.
They're worth buying the soundtrack for. They made me almost cry at home. The film is not sad at all, at least not for me.
Overall, a very entertaining, even if straightforward film. Best to watch it in the cinema as the experience there is better for such big films.
This may not be a film one would want to watch multiple times, but it's really worth seeing, don't miss it.
Sign In. Danil Kuzhebergenov was imprisoned on charges of impersonation and cowardice and later sent to a penal battalion.
His criminal record as a 'traitor to the Motherland' was never expunged. His claim was verified; he indeed was the same Ivan Dobrobabin who was listed as one of the dead in Dubosekovo.
Dobrobabin claimed that during the clash on 16 November, he was captured by the Germans but managed to escape. He then decided to return to his native town of Perekop , in Ukraine, which was under German occupation.
There, Dobrobabin joined the local Hilfspolizei and was made its chief. He was accused of participating in anti- partisan activity and of assisting the deportation of forced laborers to Germany.
In , when the German defeat was imminent, he fled his village and re-enlisted into the Red Army. Dobrobabin was convicted and sent to fifteen years in prison.
The Dobrobabin affair led to an official investigation of the Panfilov Guardsmen story. A military judge, Lieutenant-General Nikolai Afanasyev, supervised the process.
When he interviewed Kaprov, the Colonel told him that although heavy fighting took place in Dubosekovo, the Guardsmen did not perform the deeds attributed to them by the press.
When questioned, Krivitsky admitted that he made up most of the details which were published in his articles, including Klochkov's famous last words and the dying Natarov's tale — documents from the th Regiment's staff later revealed that Ivan Natarov was killed two days before the battle.
Ortenberg and Koroteev told the judge that their main motive was to boost the morale of the Soviet troops and therefore they published Egorov's story.
In addition to Kuzhubergenov, who the investigation confirmed to have been one of the Twenty-Eight, and Dobrobabin, four other surviving Guardsmen were located by the commission: Grigory Shemiakin and Illarion Vasilyev were injured severely on the 16 November incident and evacuated to hospitals; Dmitry Timofeev and Ivan Shadrin were taken prisoner but eventually repatriated to the Soviet Union.
It was a pure fantasy. In spite of the Afanasyev report, the wartime version of the events was adhered to. Memorials to the fallen heroes were built throughout the Soviet Union, including five meter tall statues near the site of the battle and the Twenty-Eight Guardsmen Park in Alma Ata.
The municipal anthem of Moscow makes a reference to the city's "twenty-eight brave sons". Some Soviet military historians tried to reconcile "the Feat of the 28" with the known facts about the real course of hostilities.
Thus, in the official six-volume "History of the Great Patriotic War" by Pospelov it was stated that "28 heroes" were part of the th Regiment.
This regiment did hold its ground in the battle on November 16, but these positions were 20 kilometers away from the Dubosekovo station.
In , the popular Soviet literary magazine Novyi mir published an article "Legendy i fakty" by V. There were some serious questions posed of Krivitsky and the canonized version of "28 heroes".
Kadrin named several survivors and asked why no further studies has been made. Such thoughts were slapped down personally by Leonid Brezhnev , Soviet Union's Head of State: "Some of our authors even say that … there were no 28 Panfilov men, … that this fact was perhaps invented, that Klochkov did not exist, and neither did his appeal There is nowhere to retreat — we have our backs to Moscow!
These are slanders against … the heroic history of our party and Soviet people. During the Perestroika period, the still-living Ivan Dobrobabin petitioned the Military Prosecutor General for rehabilitation, claiming that he never hurt anyone during his service in the Hilfspolizei.
Dobrobabin's plea attracted media attention to the case, which resulted in the eventual declassification of the Afanasyev report.
In June , Russian State Archive director Sergei Mironenko, citing historical documents, publicly stated that the story was in fact a myth.
He earned a sharp rebuke from Culture Minister Vladimir Medinsky. And people who try to do that are total scumbags. The movie, released on 24 November , was partially funded by crowdfunding .
Panfilov's Twenty-Eight Guardsmen. Not to be confused with the Panfilovtsy in general. Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History.
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