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Несокрушимый (2018) Online
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Genre :
Movie / Action / Drama / History / War
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Directror :
Konstantin Maksimov
Cast :
Andrey Chernyshov,Vladimir Epifantsev,Oleg Fomin
Writer :
Valeriya Baykeeva,Valeriya Baykeeva
Budget :
RUR 300,000,000
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Time :
1h 30min
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Несокрушимый (2018) Online

The movie inspired by real events tells the story of the KV-1 tank's crew heroic deed. Having a losing fight, the crew of Semyon Konovalov destroyed 16 enemy tanks, 2 armored vehicles and 8 vehicles with enemy personnel near Nizhnemityakin farm in Tarasovskoye district of Rostov region. This is the story of not the poster heroes, but broken, cheerful, and very diverse guys who just wanted to live. At the decisive moment they managed to do the only right thing and performed the deed worthy of the legend.
Credited cast:
Andrey Chernyshov Andrey Chernyshov - Semen Konovalov
Vladimir Epifantsev Vladimir Epifantsev - Siitov
Oleg Fomin Oleg Fomin - Rykov
Olga Pogodina Olga Pogodina - Paul's
Sergey Gorobchenko Sergey Gorobchenko - Krotov
Nikolay Dobrynin Nikolay Dobrynin - Basich, legless surgeon
Vasiliy Sedykh Vasiliy Sedykh - Shinkevich
Vladimir Kochetkov Vladimir Kochetkov - Gubkin
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Vladimir Yepifanov Vladimir Yepifanov
Evgenii Zelenskii Evgenii Zelenskii - Drozdov, tank commander (as Evgeniy Zelenskiy)

User reviews



A female tank repair wizard, a soap opera love story, and tanks that are 'indestructible', as the original Russian title suggests. Indeed, I don't think a single Russian tank gets smashed in this film, while German ones are too many to count. Watching this, one would be under the impression that in 1942, Germans were about to raise the white flag. Because I think in this film alone, the entire tank arsenal of Germany was wiped out. But that should not come as a surprise, because, as we learn by the end, Germans are all mentally retarded, at least judging by their actions. I am having a hard time trying to imagine what pleasure the average Russian might draw from this. The film is a prime example of the schizophrenic nature of Russian war film: Russians are both total underdogs, and, at the same time, as tough as the Terminator. The victim, barely able to survive, and , at the same time, Superman who annihilates anyone, anywhere. Watching a Russian war film is like listening to a fairy tale. They all follow the same script, the same beats, the same twists. These films are not the exploration of something new, but invariably an exercise in telling the same fairy tale in a slightly different setting or with a slight twist. If you've seen a Russian war film, you've seen them all.