Stalingrad

(1993)

Overview

"Stalingrad" follows the progress of a German Platoon through the brutal fighting of the Battle of Stalingrad. After having half their number wiped out and after being placed under the command of a sadistic Captain, the Lieutenant of the platoon leads his men to desert. The men of the platoon attempt to escape from the city which is now surrounded by the Soviet Army.

  1. Joseph Vilsmaier

    Director, Screenplay

  2. Johannes Heide

    Screenplay

  3. Jürgen Büscher

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Dominique Horwitz

    Dominique Horwitz

    Obergefreiter Fritz Reiser

  2. Thomas Kretschmann

    Thomas Kretschmann

    Leutnant Hans von Witzland

  3. Jochen Nickel

    Jochen Nickel

    Unteroffizier Manfred 'Rollo' Rohleder

  4. Sebastian Rudolph

    GeGe Müller

  5. Dana Vávrová

    Dana Vávrová

    Irina

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Status Released

Release Information

  • April 15, 1994
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language German

Runtime 2h 14m

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