Aleksa Dundic

Synopsis: Life and times of Aleksa Dundic, a volunteer in the Serb army during WW1, who later became a legend by fighting for the Red Army in the Russian Civil War.
Genre: War
1 h 55 min



Yugoslavian and Soviet army were

involved in the making of this move.

In a small town in Ukraine there was a

Serbian corps formed from war prisoners.

Temporary government had intentions

to use it for their own causes.

Let's go Oleko, why do we care about all

this? - I think it's important for us too.

We're writing about a country of

the educated. Please, read.

I've heard it. I was standing

beneath that balcony.

He talked about how life's supposed

to be. I'm telling you that now.

Stand on this barrel and tell me everything

- No...

Tell me everything as it is.

He said that there will be no war.

We all must focus on one point.

If we listen, we can get

to work immediately.

- And there will be no war.

- Get off that barrel!

As far as we're concerned,

we're sick of the army.

And Lenin...

Lenin is a good and just a

man, apparently.

We don't have to worry for our lives.

- Let us all rest and catch our breaths.

- Come, you'll tell us everything there.

Attention. Attention!

To the barrack! To the barrack at once!

I, Milija Palic, private of the first line

of the third squad of the second battalion

with my comrades I declare:

Soldiers are hungry,

Inspect the kitchen at once. Continue.

- Lieutenant Miladinovic beats the soldiers.

- Lieutenant Miladinovic to report me.

Call the...

Call the headquarters guards.

Carry on. - We don't want to fight

against Russian revolution.

- We demand to recognize Soviet as a soldier!

- Imprison them!

To the left!

To the left!

Forward, march!

Sir lieutenant, what is the verdict?

I don't know.

Sir lieutenant, tell us the truth.

How dare you talk to an

officer like that? Enough!

Sorry, I couldn't make it.

- What's going on?

- So far, nothing.

You seem upset?

Something happened?

In our army corps, 4 soldiers

are sentenced to death.

I'll have to do it.

I'm an officer. An order is an order.

What's wrong with you?

Father got arrested today.

Along with some revolutionaries.

They won't execute him, will they?

What's wrong with you?

It's early to be desperate.

Look at me.

You've decided to say goodbye.

I'm all alone in the world now.

Don't go, Oleko.

- Will you take care of me?

- Of course.

You're my closest sibling.

Dismiss! On the left! Forward, march!







- No.

Who are you? You have pretty

hands for a worker.

Are you a student?

Who are you?

- I'm nobody now, just like you.

- I'm a Bolshevist.

I've heard of them.

I can hear that you're not a Russian.

I'm a Serb. Have you heard about us?

The same way you heard about Bolshevists.

My people have a saying: "When you're well

fed, all the cares go away."

Come on, eat.

- Why?

- Come, dig in!

Commendable and touching...

Good afternoon, Galja.


Allow me to help you.

You despise me? I envy Olek

- You should.

On what? He's a prisoner.

And me, as you see...

New star...

In exchange for a friend.

Get out the yard quickly.

All of you!

Get out!

- Wait. You must listen to me.

- Let go of me.

- I'll hold you.

- On what cause?

Galja, I love you.

Even more than your Olek.

- Yes, mine.

- And he...

- Officer...

- Just a moment.

He wants to be a hero.

He'll forget about you.

Don't try and denigrate him.

He's submitted to the court-martial.

It's all the same for everyone.

So be it. At least he's not like you.

That's foul to even say it.

- If someone tries something, shoot him!

- What is it? An overturn?

If the officer denied to execute,

is he a political prisoner?

What? He is.

I won't let anyone go.

I'm waiting for an edict from city hall.

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