The picture opens in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, in late 1988, when military trainees Petrovsky, Ryaba, Chugun, Stas, Pinochet, Lyutev and Vorobyev are whipped into shape at a training camp by the brutal, sadistic commander, Warrant Officer Dygalo – prior to being sent off to the front lines. After several one-by-one dalliances with the local whore, Snow White, and a cautionary lecture on the history, geography and culture of Afghanistan (which most of the men sleep through), the trainees head off to battle – first to the Bagram air base, then to the Afghani province of Khost to secure supply lines. But nothing can begin to prepare them for the brutal devastation into which they are plunged, or the relentless tide of slaughter that scatters thousands of Soviet victims in its wake.
Young Soviet Army recruits are stuck in the bloody war in Afghanistan, that was started by politicians.
The film is based on a true story of the 9th company during the Soviet invasion in Afghanistan in the 1980’s. Young Soviet Army recruits are sent from a boot camp into the middle of the war in Afghanistan. The action is not like a boot camp at all. It is very bloody and dirty. The 9th company is defending the hill 3234. They are hopelessly calling for help. Written by Steve Shelokhonov
|Tagline:||They stood together while their country fell apart|
|Cast:||Aleksandr Bashirov, Aleksey Chadov, Amadu Mamadakov, Andrey Krasko, Artur Smolyaninov, Artyom Mikhalkov, Fyodor Bondarchuk, Irina Rakhmanova, Ivan Kokorin, Ivan Nikolaev, Konstantin Kryukov, Marat Gudiev, Mikhail Evlanov, Mikhail Porechenkov, Soslan Fidarov|
|Country:||Finland, Russian Federation, Ukraine|