Looks like fun!
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
saving private sayer:
recognize this one ? famous Mp-44
I think those below were from Belogrod:
Few more details with those supreme copies of geran gear
And finnaly - The Crew
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
And winter one:
These guys should be commended for their effort. For low budget it doesn't look too bad.
Amazing effort and it actually looks like something that might be worth watching.
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.