Battle For Sevastopol

Synopsis: The breakout of the war shatters the world of a young student, Lyudmila Pavlichenko, forcing her to enlist in the army in 1941. The maiden turns out to be a natural-born sniper, her impressive skill and prowess make her stand out among men and women alike. Seeing Pavlichenko as a tangible threat, the German High Command gives orders to eliminate the girl whatever the cost. In the meanwhile, Lyudmila meets a man and falls in love. War fades into the background... Soon, however, another misfortune befalls Lyudmila leaving the man she loves on the brink of death and herself seriously wounded. The girl is pulled out of combat and later goes to the United States with a publicity visit. Eleanor Roosevelt welcomes Lyudmila in the White House and the two women soon become close. It won't be long before Pavlichenko stands before an audience in Chicago pressing for a second front. Will her words have the capacity to change the course of war?
Director(s): Sergey Mokritskiy
  7 wins & 21 nominations.
110 min

With the financial support

the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation

The Russian military-society

With the support of the

State Agency Ukraine on Cinema

Fund Cinema

Production Company

New Lyudi

Julia Peresild

A film by Sergei Mokritsky

Moscow Vnukovo Airport, 1957

Mr.Khrushchev has invited

Mrs.Eleanor Roosevelt,

to a solemn reception in honor of

her arrival in the Soviet Union.

The program...

Excuse me, Mr.James.

First, we will go to this address.

I must remind you that the former

First Lady of the United States,

can not violate protocol.

We shall go!

Nikita Sergeyevich can wait.

It is a pleasure for a gentleman

to wait for a lady.

And who is this mysterious stranger,

Mr.Khrushchev would wait for?

I shall introduce you to this woman.

Battle of Sevastopol

I first saw Lyuda in 1942,

at a student assembly...

International Students Antifascist Assembly, 1942

She looked like a child dressed in uniform.

I wanted to know her closely, to see her smile.

Fang Hui killed eight enemies.


Nikolai Prokofievich, lead the

Soviet student delegation.


I am very pleased.

Communists in the White House are rare.

And how many of the enemy

have you killed?

I am a party worker.

I prepare comrades for great acts.

It is very important!

Party worker. I prepare my comrades for great acts.

It's an important job.

Very good, very important.

Vladimir Pchelintsev sniper.

152 in 154 shots.

Ah! Excellent...

2nd Lieutenant, Lyuda Pavlichenko.

And who are you?

I am a sniper.

A woman sniper?!

And how many men have you killed?

Not men, Fascists.

Three hundred and nine.

What do you feel when you kill?

Kiev State University , 1937

Excuse me.

Excuse me, let me pass.

Lyuda! Hurray!

Get over here!

Come here!

We have been accepted!

Let's go to the park!

Come on, why not enjoy it?

No, I can't.

What's wrong? Come to the park!

No, I want to go home.

Wait for us there.

Be sure to be there!


University Teachers Roll:

1. LM Pavlichenko.


Mother, may I wear your dress?

Yes you may, for today!

If you would like to switch,

I will help you.

A Budarin said in the

Spanish war, it shows...

the art of the long lost sword, lives!

Vigernikov grabbed the sword,

and chased him down!

This did not happen!

I'll wait outside.

Camouflage goes wherever you go.

Hello Father.

Where were you?

However you may be dressed.

Bring me my boots.

I was accepted.

First on the list!

Bravo, congratulations.

You can be proud of me for once. gentle with her today.

Father! When will you be back?


Do not wait for me, for dinner.

We invited the neighbors.

To celebrate my admission!

To celebrate what?

I need to leave now.



It will be a law, to be released soon.



We are now historians.

We must strive for the truth.

Cinema is an adventure,

and film the truth.

Thank you!


Not just shooting, everything is real.

The cartridges are genuine,

the guns are real.

Shall we?

The smell of gunpowder.

Why do we smell the gunpowder then?

It cannot be true!

It must be an adventure. You promised me!

And I'm into cinema and country music...


I will shoot for it.


Three out of three?

Stop! Let me suggest a toss!

We shoot...

Head to the cinema.

A wager would end this.

I do not want it.

What was it?



Cmon Mota!

Shoot quick.

We should hit the cinema!

It's not just a shooting competition.

I like that as well.

So you want to shoot?

No, I want to compete.

Okay, let them see it.

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