A military history of the 17th century and the 18th century
"Russians don't seem to like it "Why? (I'll check on that)As mentioned before: I DEFINITELY will buy it. Helen Mirren is not just a great actress, she's also got the "right" genes ....;-DJust for those who like contemporary music related to Catherine the Great - this is a must!:https://www.amazon.co.uk/Sarti-Oratorio-Russe-Gospodin-Pomilujny/dp/B00004UTDP/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=sarti+oratorio&qid=1568388668&sr=8-3
К сожалению, этот фильм показывает чисто европейский взгляд на правление Екатерины II, то есть искревлённый сценаристами, режиссёром, обывательскими взглядами на Россию из далека. Таким образом, это красивая картинка на какую то историю не имеющая отношение к России.
Unfortunately, this film shows a purely European view of the reign of Catherine II, that is, warped by screenwriters, director, philistine views on Russia from far away. Thus, this is a beautiful picture of a story that is not related to Russia.
They reckon the costumes aren't very good.
@HofkriegsratHey, Hofkriegsrat, I don't challenge your opinion on this as long as I haven't seen the movie myself ...In the meantime, I challenge you to prove that the orange stripe for Napoleonic era Russian NCOs is correct ... you know what I mean ...Physician, heal thyself, before criticizing others ... Thank you.
SOP for commenting on any Western media representations of Russia.
When was this released? Oh wait, it's not released until 3 October. The producers must have invited random people with Austrian-themed blogs to review the whole thing before the public get to see it.
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