A Sniper's War


Documentary / War

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 78%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 78%
IMDb Rating 2.3 10 7722

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Uploaded By: FREEMAN
January 26, 2021 at 01:10 AM



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785.8 MB
Russian 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 25 min
P/S 4 / 19
1.42 GB
Russian 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 25 min
P/S 6 / 25

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by s3276169 10 / 10


Unsurprisingly this film has attracted a lot of negative attention. The incessant social engineering on the part of the Western media has created a "Russian" boogeyman that the often ignorant and gullible are, predictably, all too ready to believe in.

The reality of the conflict in Ukraine is more complex. Like Yugoslavia the country has been divided along ethic lines, since a coup d'etat was launched with backing from the West.

What this fim shows in detail, is the horrors of war from the very personal perspective of a sniper. A man driven by a sense of moral obligation who sees the same things happening in the Eastern Ukraine, that happened in his homeland of Serbia.

Its a sobering watch that looks not only at his military actions but also at the very human cost of war for him personally and ordinary people trying to live ordinary lives under extraordinary circumstances. Constantly at risk of injury and death, as the two sides clash along the front lines, which are for the most part, residential neighbourhoods.

This is a compelling watch that's emotional, deeply sad, occasionally uplifting but always a sobering reminder of the awful cost of war.


Reviewed by norrin__radd 7 / 10

Pay no attention to the red-scare hate

Nobody criticizes Top Gun for it's pro US propaganda, so let's leave the politics out of this. A Snipers War is an interesting story irrespective of what side of the Atlantic you happen to be on. Watch it with an open mind from a humanist perspective and you'll be surprised.

Reviewed by FilmFlaneur 5 / 10

What's worse...

An allegedly manipulative film produced for the purposes of propaganda.. or umpteen false reviews on this site condemning it out of hand with no indication of having seen it?

Says the director: " Making this film was a challenging exercise in objectivity. Being in Donetsk felt as if I had stepped through the looking glass. On that side of the mirror the beliefs were very different from the beliefs in the U.S. It was important to stay unbiased and politically neutral and tell the story subjectively through Deki's point of view. With the help of the editor, Dmitry Khavin, I think we were able to achieve that..."

The response to this film is so vitriolic that it has made me want to watch it and make my own mind up! I suggest any sensible person will want to do the same.

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