Here, nothing to complain about, with commuter graphics all in the end became even more realistic.Without Russophobia, no propaganda, no policy, no desecration of the Soviet or Hitler regime.In the "28-Panfilov," all this is not a realistic film to the limit, and this will please any fan of military history, like me.I very much awaited release of the film, and believed in him.It wanted to get it to something stirred up the people, the hope of a good movie appeared, the fact that such films can be done for little money, giving a soul into his work and solid professionalism.
The camera was mounted on a KUKA robotic arm (such as used at assembly lines), so it could reproduce the motion of outdoors camera.If a shell falls - there is a clear understanding that falls something that can kill you - a large and deadly. As an example cite the scene where he first showed relatively peaceful preparation for combat, heroes joke, cheer each other, the audience feels it - and then again!If the bullet is beating on the surface - do you believe that this is a bullet and not a dragonfly or (sic! If riding a tank, the roar of its engine runs through your insides. - There is an abrupt change of the frame, show the Germans - tanks, soldiers, artillery - the tireless German power in general, which playfully pulled down half of Europe.Legion has chosen Ivan as the object of his devilish ... 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 316th 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-M1910 machine guns, all useless against tanks, and with wholly inadequate RPG-40 anti-tank grenades and PTRD-41 anti-tank rifles, they fought tirelessly and defiantly, with uncommon bravery and unwavering dedication, to protect Moscow and their Motherland.
In the film, the action and the characters are so laconic dialogues are interwoven with each other, that one and a half hour movie fly by unnoticed.