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Reminiscent of Apocalypse Now, Full Metal Jacket and The Big Red One, 9th COMPANY is credited as being the first real post-Soviet era war film.
The highest grossing film in Russia in 2005 at $27 million, 9th COMPANY also won a NIKA Award for Best Film and marks the feature directorial debut of Fyodor Bondarchuk, son of renowned director Sergei Bondarchuk War and Peace, 1968.
Bonus Features Include
Making of the Movie
20 Years Later
Great movie. Lots of action. This could be the Russian version of Full Metal Jacket.Published 1 month ago by LowTek
A great movie! I've watched it several times. I only watch it in Russian with English subtitles. Watching it in English destroys the movie.Published 2 months ago by David
This movie provides an interesting portray of the Russian war in Afghanistan. Rather long coming in around 2 hours and 15 minutes, it's still an entertaining film with an epic... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Dennis Waller
This film appears to be one of the most realistic and absorbing war films, I have ever seen. Possibly, it was too long and could be shortened but the story kept me interested... Read morePublished 4 months ago by BernardZ
Love this Russian movie ,I have rented it before I decided to buy.It is the Russian version of Full Metal Jacket.. I Think this the best Russian movie so far.Published 4 months ago by Jerry E. Moore
I borrowed 9th Company, a movie about the Soviet Union's involvement in Afghanistan from the library, and was surprised to find that it is one of the best war movies I have ever... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Linda Schell