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Director  Nikolay Lebedev
Initial DVD release  January 7, 2004 (Japan)
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Country  Russia
7.2/10 IMDb

Genre  Action, Adventure, Drama
Music director  Alexey Rybnikov
Language  Russian
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Writer  Aleksandr Borodyansky, Yevgeni Grigoryev, Emmanuil G. Kazakevich
Release date  6 May 2002 (Russia)
Cast  Igor Petrenko (Lt. Travkin), Yekaterina Vulichenko (Pvt. Katya Simakova), Aleksei Kravchenko (Sgt. Anikanov), Aleksandr Dyachenko (Galiyev), Ivan Kokorin (Meshchersky), Aleksey Panin (Sgt. Kostya Mamochkin)
Similar movies  Karen Shakhnazarov produced The Star and directed White Tiger

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The Star (Russian: Звезда, translit. Zvezda) is a 2002 Russian film directed by Nikolai Lebedev, a large modern project of Mosfilm. It is based on a short story of the same name by Emmanuil Kazakevich, about a group of Soviet scouts working behind enemy lines during Operation Bagration in World War II. The story had previously been made into a 1953 film of the same name.

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Aleksei Kravchenko won a government award for his role in this film.

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Plot

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A team of Soviet scouts is sent behind enemy lines to find the location of the German armor forces. The Soviets wait until night, and open up with an artillery barrage. As the guns fire, the team advances. The team successfully slips behind enemy lines. Many dramatic scenes follow. In one, a German soldier is captured and interrogated. In another, the team calls an airstrike on German positions, causing great damage and casualties. One man even kills a German soldier with his pistol during the air attack. This tract of scenes finds the main characters successfully finding the location of the German armor. They are eventually cornered in a barn, with Germans attacking on all sides. During the battle, the team leader sends a radio message, telling the location of enemy armor. The team is eventually overrun and wiped out.

References

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The Star (2002 film) IMDb The Star (2002 film) themoviedb.org


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