Enemy At The Gates

A game of cat-and-mouse during the Battle of Stalingrad

Credits

Director

Jean-Jacques Annaud

Based on

Enemy at the Gates: The Battle for Stalingrad by William Craig

Producers

Jean-Jacques Annaud, John D. Schofield

Writers

Jean-Jacques Annaud, Alain Godard

Production Companies

Mandalay Pictures, Repérage Films, Paramount Pictures

Studios

Paramount Pictures, Mandalay Pictures, KC Medien, Resperage, DOS, Little Bird, MP Film Management, Swanford Film

DNEG VFX Supervisor

Peter Chiang

DNEG VFX Producer

Matt Plummer

Release on

16th March 2001

In tackling a real-life chapter from the Russian war, Annaud certainly doesn't skimp on the breathtaking spectacle.Empire

Synopsis

Vassili (Jude Law) is a young Russian sharpshooter who becomes a legend when a savvy officer (Joseph Fiennes) makes him the hero of his propaganda campaign. Their friendship is threatened when both men fall in love with a beautiful female soldier (Rachel Weisz). As the battle for the city rages, Vassili faces the ultimate challenge when the Nazi command dispatches its most elite marksman (Ed Harris) to hunt down and kill the man who has become the hope of all Russia.

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