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Attack On Leningrad [Region 4]

By Vendetta Films

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Format: DVD (M)
Release Date: 21 October 2010
A soaring, action-packed journey of heroism and sacrifice as one crusading journalist desperately fights to uncover the horrors buried within the infamous Nazi siege of Leningrad in the savage winter of 1941.

At the height of World War II, journalist Kate Davis becomes trapped within the devastated city of Leningrad. Separated from her lover, American writer Philip Parker, Kate is rescued by Nina Tsvetkova, a member of the Leningrad militia who provides refuge for those escaping those horrors of war that have come so close to home.

With the enemy's grip closing ever tighter on the war-ravaged city, stray bullets and catastrophic bombing raids a daily peril, this makeshift band of survivors must battle to stay alive and fight for the ultimate prize: their freedom.

An epic story, inspired by true events, featuring an acclaimed, award-winning cast, this is the tale of the tragedy that befell Leningrad: at over 800 days, it was one of the longest and most destructive sieges in history.


This is a Region 4 disc, the local region for Australia.

Run Time: 110 minutes
Region: 4
Director: Aleksandr Buravsky
Cast: Gabriel Byrne, Mira Sorvino, Aleksandr Abdulov
Publisher: Vendetta Films
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Julleen Rackley on
Vey pleased that fishpond can get my favourite movies delivered on time and at a reasonable price, hoping that the movies that are on my wish list become available soon
Bryan Woodford on
The seige by the German army of the Russian city of Leningrad provides a stark and sometimes harrowing backdrop for what is mostly a well told story and while it might add to the viewing experience to know a little of the history, it is not essential. The dialogue keeps things moving and there are sufficent sub plots and twists to keep most watchers engaged. Well directed and with convincing sets, there is extensive use of sub titles, so this is not a TV dinner movie.

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