Follow TV Tropes

Following

History Main / Stalingrad

Go To



* If you are looking for the city, which is now known as Volgograd, please see OtherRussianTownsAndCities.

to:

* If you are looking for the city, which is now known as Volgograd, please see OtherRussianTownsAndCities.
UsefulNotes/OtherRussianTownsAndCities.

Added DiffLines:

* The 2001 multinational war film ''Film/EnemyAtTheGates'' was released as ''Stalingrad'' in France.


* The 1993 German war film ''Film/{{Stalingrad}}''.

to:

* The 1989 Russian-American film ''Film/{{Stalingrad|1989}}''.
* The 1993 German war film ''Film/{{Stalingrad}}''.''Film/{{Stalingrad|1993}}''.



* If you are looking for the city, which is now known as Volgograd, please see [[{{UsefulNotes/Russia}} Useful Notes on Russia]].

to:

* If you are looking for the city, which is now known as Volgograd, please see [[{{UsefulNotes/Russia}} Useful Notes on Russia]].
OtherRussianTownsAndCities.


* The upcoming 2013 Russian war film ''Stalingrad'', which does not have an article yet.

to:

* The upcoming 2013 Russian war film ''Stalingrad'', which does not have an article yet.''Film/{{Stalingrad|2013}}''.


[[redirect:Film/{{Stalingrad}}]]

to:

[[redirect:Film/{{Stalingrad}}]]''Stalingrad'' may refer to:

* The 1993 German war film ''Film/{{Stalingrad}}''.
* The upcoming 2013 Russian war film ''Stalingrad'', which does not have an article yet.
* If you are looking for the actual Battle of Stalingrad, please see [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII Useful Notes on World War II]].
* If you are looking for the city, which is now known as Volgograd, please see [[{{UsefulNotes/Russia}} Useful Notes on Russia]].

----


''Note: This is about the 1993 film. If you are looking for the actual Battle of Stalingrad, please see the WorldWarTwo article. If you are looking for the city, which is now known as Volgograd, please see [[{{UsefulNotes/Russia}} Useful Notes on Russia]]''

Stalingrad is a 1993 Joseph Vilsmaier film following a platoon of [[NazisWithGnarlyWeapons Heer]] soldiers through their service in Russia fighting the Soviet Union. It received average reviews, but was notable as the second German attempt to make a film about the events of the Ostfront.

----
!!This film provides examples of:
* AnAssKickingChristmas: For the Russians.
* BreakTheBadass
* ImColdSoCold
* CompleteMonster: Dieter Okras' Captain Haller.
* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: The main theme.
* CurbStompBattle
* DeathCourse
* DespairEventHorizon
* [[spoiler:DownerEnding]]: The remaining main characters are implied to [[spoiler:freeze to death]]
* DrivenToSuicide: [[spoiler:Otto]]
* GraveRobbing: The soldiers steal good-quality boots from corpses, and a few later steal doctor-signed passes in a desperate attempt to be airlifted out with the wounded.
* HeroAntagonist: Arguably, the RedsWithRockets.
* HighOctaneNightmareFuel
* IHaveYouNowMyPretty: The female sniper encountered early in the movie [[spoiler:is found tied up to a bed in a German officer's stronghold. It's clear she's been used as a 'comfort woman', and the protagonists even plan to take turns doing the same. Hans [[TheWomenAreSafeWithUs puts a stop to it and let's her go]], however.]]
* InfantImmortality: [[spoiler:Averted ''hard'']].
* ManOnFire
* MoralEventHorizon
* MyCountryRightOrWrong: Though by the end, almost all of them decide to desert.
* [[spoiler:KillEmAll]]: See [[spoiler:DownerEnding]], above.
* NazisWithGnarlyWeapons The protagonists of the film.
* TheNeidermeyer: The officer who orders war crimes committed and hounds Hans for being a 'Russian sympathizer'. True to form, he is shot by the remaining troops at the end.
* ObligatoryWarCrimeScene: Where do we ''start''?
* RedsWithRockets: The primary antagonists.
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere
* ShirtlessScene: The opening scene in Italy is laden with it, though with less focus on the women at the Italian beach.
* SnowMeansDeath
* TearJerker: Arguably.
* TrappedBehindEnemyLines
* UrbanWarfare
* VillainProtagonist: To a certain degree, though the enlisted ranks get off far more lightly than the officer class.
* WarIsHell

<<|{{Film}}|>>

to:

''Note: This is about the 1993 film. If you are looking for the actual Battle of Stalingrad, please see the WorldWarTwo article. If you are looking for the city, which is now known as Volgograd, please see [[{{UsefulNotes/Russia}} Useful Notes on Russia]]''

Stalingrad is a 1993 Joseph Vilsmaier film following a platoon of [[NazisWithGnarlyWeapons Heer]] soldiers through their service in Russia fighting the Soviet Union. It received average reviews, but was notable as the second German attempt to make a film about the events of the Ostfront.

----
!!This film provides examples of:
* AnAssKickingChristmas: For the Russians.
* BreakTheBadass
* ImColdSoCold
* CompleteMonster: Dieter Okras' Captain Haller.
* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: The main theme.
* CurbStompBattle
* DeathCourse
* DespairEventHorizon
* [[spoiler:DownerEnding]]: The remaining main characters are implied to [[spoiler:freeze to death]]
* DrivenToSuicide: [[spoiler:Otto]]
* GraveRobbing: The soldiers steal good-quality boots from corpses, and a few later steal doctor-signed passes in a desperate attempt to be airlifted out with the wounded.
* HeroAntagonist: Arguably, the RedsWithRockets.
* HighOctaneNightmareFuel
* IHaveYouNowMyPretty: The female sniper encountered early in the movie [[spoiler:is found tied up to a bed in a German officer's stronghold. It's clear she's been used as a 'comfort woman', and the protagonists even plan to take turns doing the same. Hans [[TheWomenAreSafeWithUs puts a stop to it and let's her go]], however.]]
* InfantImmortality: [[spoiler:Averted ''hard'']].
* ManOnFire
* MoralEventHorizon
* MyCountryRightOrWrong: Though by the end, almost all of them decide to desert.
* [[spoiler:KillEmAll]]: See [[spoiler:DownerEnding]], above.
* NazisWithGnarlyWeapons The protagonists of the film.
* TheNeidermeyer: The officer who orders war crimes committed and hounds Hans for being a 'Russian sympathizer'. True to form, he is shot by the remaining troops at the end.
* ObligatoryWarCrimeScene: Where do we ''start''?
* RedsWithRockets: The primary antagonists.
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere
* ShirtlessScene: The opening scene in Italy is laden with it, though with less focus on the women at the Italian beach.
* SnowMeansDeath
* TearJerker: Arguably.
* TrappedBehindEnemyLines
* UrbanWarfare
* VillainProtagonist: To a certain degree, though the enlisted ranks get off far more lightly than the officer class.
* WarIsHell

<<|{{Film}}|>>
[[redirect:Film/{{Stalingrad}}]]


* GraveRobbing

to:

* GraveRobbingGraveRobbing: The soldiers steal good-quality boots from corpses, and a few later steal doctor-signed passes in a desperate attempt to be airlifted out with the wounded.



* TheNeidermeyer: The officer who orders war crimes committed. True to form, he is shot by the remaining troops at the end.

to:

* TheNeidermeyer: The officer who orders war crimes committed.committed and hounds Hans for being a 'Russian sympathizer'. True to form, he is shot by the remaining troops at the end.


* IHaveYouNowMyPretty: The female sniper encountered early in the movie [[spoiler:is found tied up to a bed in a German officer's stronghold. It's clear she's been used as a 'comfort woman', and the protagonists even plan to take turns doing the same. Hans [[TheWomenAreSafeWithUs puts a stop to it and let's her go]], however.]]



* MyCountryRightOrWrong

to:

* MyCountryRightOrWrongMyCountryRightOrWrong: Though by the end, almost all of them decide to desert.


Added DiffLines:

* TheNeidermeyer: The officer who orders war crimes committed. True to form, he is shot by the remaining troops at the end.


This film provides examples of:


Added DiffLines:

!!This film provides examples of:

Showing 9 edit(s) of 9

Top

How well does it match the trope?

Example of:

/

Media sources:

/

Report