Late autumn 1943. Wydra (Otter), a Polish partisan, catches an informer in a nearby village and brings him to his starving unit in the forest. A thrilling adventure finds desperate times calling for desperate measures in wartime... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Late autumn 1943. Wydra (Otter), a Polish partisan, catches an informer in a nearby village and brings him to his starving unit in the forest. A thrilling adventure finds desperate times calling for desperate measures in wartime...
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Kale H (ag) wrote: A feel good movie disguised as a punk rock movie.
Hector C (fr) wrote: una excelnte pelicula y mejjor produccion
Girish C (ru) wrote: roller coaster, but why does the game runs slow?
Fahad A (mx) wrote: Boring intro, bad actors, horrible visual effects, stupid story, oh wait, it's a British Movie.
Jayakrishnan R (jp) wrote: 73%Saw this on 20/7/16A poorly written story is saved almost entirely by Nicholson and some comdey here and there.Ultimately the film is forgettable, which is its worst defect.
Alexander C (au) wrote: Looks like it could be a good movie, will keep my eyes peeled.
Lori C (ca) wrote: Excellent acting ... great story ... but boring in many parts.
Andy H (mx) wrote: This was really really bad. If you have the choice of watching this, or sitting in the dark and wondering what in your life has brought you to thinking about watching this movie, I recommend the latter.
Richard R (ag) wrote: It's not the best in the series, but it was first. I think that Star Trek needed this big budget treatment for the following, and better films, to be taken more seriously. On that level, it worked. The final thirty minutes is good. However, the main draw for this motion picture are the sights and sounds. It is a feast for the eyes and ears. One other thing, though. I was in high school when this movie came out. My friends and I were so excited that Star Trek was going to the big screen. The crew could have done needle point for two hours and we probably would have loved it. That memory and feeling more than anything else endears the movie to me.