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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Carlos Tejeda's rating of the film Red Army

    Artículo (suplemento cultural "It's playtime"): https://lamiradadealbert.wordpress.com/2015/02/05/red-army-gabe-polsky/

  2. CarlosEsquives's rating of the film Red Army

    Documental que evoca una época y mitifica a un grupo de deportistas. ¿Qué hace de este filme sea complejo? Este aspira al retrato épico, protagonistas que marcan una visión tan global como íntima. La remembranza al pasado incluso parece responder al presente. Recopila y reconstruye en base a testimonios históricos y personales. Personajes abrazando su historia con melancolía aunque reviviendo una profunda decepción.

  3. Ahmed Hasan's rating of the film Red Army

  4. Scott Lucas's rating of the film Red Army

    Hey, Slava Fetisov --see what happens when you mistake a Chicagoan for a "California boy"?

  5. Anton Williams's rating of the film Red Army

  6. Xose Manoel Ramos's rating of the film Red Army

    Boa película feita con moito xeito sobre un tema que tampouco era para tanto. Deixase ver, e é unha boa lección de coma dar ritmo a un documental.

  7. Adam Whybray's rating of the film Red Army

    Soviet kitsch. I found the stubborn integrity of some of the players oddly moving (and I'm not generally a fan of "manly stoicism"). Could have done with more politics perhaps but I was impressed by the variety of contemporaneous archive footage included. Not revelatory, but diverting when I needed to be diverted.

  8. Stephane Tanaka's rating of the film Red Army

    Crazy, instructive, original, and a great testimony of the cold war via the sport point of view

  9. FCC 86's rating of the film Red Army

    "An outstanding athlete cannot belong solely to himself"

  10. henja's rating of the film Red Army

  11. Danny Southern's rating of the film Red Army

  12. Nathan Grey Hollis's rating of the film Red Army

  13. msmichel's rating of the film Red Army

    What should have been a fascinating journey into cold war politics, sportsmanship and nostalgia winds up being marred by very weak interviews and a surprising lack of direction. Some great footage here and there but the lack of cohesive theme or intent takes the enjoyment out of it. Disappointing.

  14. Michael Harbour's rating of the film Red Army

    Hard to say if the apparent clumsiness of the interviews is actual struggle, or a deliberately humanizing choice, knocking down some of the barriers between audience, interviewer, and subject. The story of the Soviet Red Army hockey team and its best known members evolves side-by-side with the history of the Cold War. It's has the feel of an amusing trifle but there may be more substance than is immediately obvious.