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    Default low budget sayer's "forgotten soldier" movie

    Hey guys, do you know this famous book written by Guy Sajer "The forgotten soldier" ? It's one of the best about WW2 in East Front. Here is a good one about it - couple of guys in Poland decided to make a 100% amateur movie based on that book. They're not even a group of reenactors - just a group o youngsters with very low budget and a great idea. Firstible i was almost sure that whole their plan colapse, but now after almost 1,5 year of work it looks really cool (althoug many simplifications with uniforms/weapons). The big premiere is planned for next summer.

    The best for me is fact that they have almost no original items (beside 1-2 crapy helmets). Everytinhg was made home simpliest way. It may look funny but when you look at whole effect its really impresive.

    Well and here they are - few photos and few trailers from this GREAT production

    PHOTOS:


    Guy Sajer:


    Movie's MG-42:


    saving private sayer:


    Lindberg:


    Kraus:


    home-made camo:






    recognize this one ? famous Mp-44









    Die Truppen:








    I think those below were from Belogrod:








    Few more details with those supreme copies of geran gear








    And finnaly - The Crew


    TRAILERS:
    This one is totaly the best one - its "behind the scenes" when they had probably been making "crossing the dnepr". I really love this one - Wehrmacht stopped by russian mud


    first orignal trailer


    OST-FRONT trailer


    And winter one:

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    Looks like fun!

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    These guys should be commended for their effort. For low budget it doesn't look too bad.

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    Amazing effort and it actually looks like something that might be worth watching.

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    Worth watching? Hell, I'd PAY to see a good movie that doesn't include Hollywood's current line of 'popular' male actors.

    I hope these guys make a small fortune.

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    thanks to post

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