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I had watched this movie previously in bits and pieces. I got to see it in its entirety only today. Loved it. Vasily Zaytsev's achievements in World War 2 were astounding.

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Anonymous said…
I also loved the film. Loved most the part when our hero (Jude Law) knocks out the German soldiers and their commanding officer one by one taking advantage of the noise created by the bomber planes with Ralph Fiennes watching his skill with astonishment.
Deepanjan said…
Agreed! But I think the feat is implausible in real life. Can your reaction time really be that short?
Vivek said…
That does it .... I'm downloading this one today!

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