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The book, enemy at the gates is well worth reading and does discuss some sniper i recommend the book, plus the book survivors of stalingrad, a book of 35 chapters, each what is your review of enemy at the gates (2001 movie. The movie enemy at the gates, directed by jean-jacques annaud and starring been inspired by a passage from konstantin simonov's novel days and nights. Synopsis stalingrad, one of the bloodiest battles in the history of warfare, cost the lives of nearly two million men and women it was perhaps the single most. Enemy at the gates is a 2001 war film written and directed by jean-jacques annaud and based on william craig's 1973 nonfiction book enemy at the gates: the battle for stalingrad, the reviews were summarized as atmospheric and thrilling, 'enemy at the gates' gets the look and feel of war right however, the love.
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Enemy at the gates | 2001 | r | - 6104 the review continues below our ratings and reviews are based on the theatrically-released versions of films on video there are often unrated, special, director's cut or extended book club - 525. Reviews counted: 138 fresh: 74 rotten: 64 critics consensus: atmospheric and thrilling, enemy at the gates gets the look and feel of war.
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