Talk:At War as at War (Na Voyne kak na Voyne)
Do you believe what it Т-62? I don't see ejector on its gun. Besides, at the tank on your picture the increased distance between the first and the second wheels. Most likely it is Т-54. Т-62 has the increased distance between the fourth and fifth wheels, and ejector in the middle of a gun trunk. --Flexo 14:12, 22 January 2012 (CST)
- Fixed Bednardos 15:17, 22 January 2012 (CST)
SU-100 is an anachronism.
SU-100 also is an anachronism cause:
- Action in the movie not later than summer of 1944, as Red Army in territory of the USSR;
- The first SU-100 have arrived in field army in the late autumn of 1944 when the Red Army has already overstepped the state border of the USSR.
- Besides, this SU-100 is modernized after war that is visible on an additional box for spare parts on the right board.
- By the way, action of the original book in December, 1943 and in it it is specified SU-85.--Flexo 14:28, 22 January 2012 (CST)
- and as usual - sorry for my awful English :-/ --Flexo 14:37, 22 January 2012 (CST)
The movie name
By the way, the movie name is a translation of French phrase: "À la guerre comme à la guerre".
- As this movie is removed under the autobiographical book and actors have shown fine work, in Russia "At War as at War" is considered a classical film about war.--Flexo 14:28, 22 January 2012 (CST)