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Liberation I: The Fire Bulge

Liberation I: The Fire Bulge

May. 06, 1970Soviet Union88 Min.PG
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Synopsis

Liberation is a five-part epic documentary about WWII from the perspective of the Eastern Front. Created by Yuri Ozerov, the series was primarily a Soviet production, but also included collaboration with Polish, East German, Italian, and Yugoslav studios.

During the 1960s, the Soviet government was deeply unhappy that a number of Western films about WWII were being made with little to no reference to the Eastern Front. A prime example of this is the popular, Oscar-winning D-Day epic, The Longest Day (1962). And so, the Soviet authorities commissioned a monumental docudrama – Liberation – to commemorate and the war and demonstrate the important role the Soviet Union played.

This the first episode deals with “The Fire Bulge” that was the Kursk offensive.

You can watch all five parts of the Liberation series here:

Liberation I: The Fire Bulge
Liberation I: The Fire Bulge
Original title Освобождение: Огненная Дуга
IMDb Rating 7.1 168 votes
TMDb Rating 8 3 votes

Director

Yuri Ozerov
Director

Cast

Mikhail Ulyanov isGen. Zhukov
Gen. Zhukov
Viktor Baykov isVyacheslav Molotov
Vyacheslav Molotov
Anatoli Romashin isGen. Shatilov
Gen. Shatilov
Pyotr Shcherbakov isGen. Telegin
Gen. Telegin
Ivan Pereverzev isGen. Chuykov
Gen. Chuykov
Vladlen Davydov isGen. Rokossovsky
Gen. Rokossovsky
Bukhuti Zakariadze isJosef Stalin
Josef Stalin

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