Runtime: 50 minutes
Батальонъ - Battalion (2015 film) - Netflix
Battalion (Russian: Батальонъ, Batal'on") is a 2015 Russian war film directed by Dmitriy Meshiev that relates the story of the First Battalion of Death, a women-only Russian combat unit that fought in the First World War. Actress Maria Aronova plays the role of real-life heroine Maria Bochkareva. Battalion was the biggest winner at the 2015 Golden Eagle Awards, winning four awards out of nine nominations. A longer version of the film, split into 4 episodes, was shown on television in March 2016.
Батальонъ - Release - Netflix
Battalion led the number of nominations at the 2015 Golden Eagle Awards. It lost Best Motion Picture to Anna Melikian's Pro Lyubov, but nevertheless won 4 awards: Best Actress in a Supporting Role for Mariya Kozhevnikova, Best Music Score, Best Editing and Best Sound Editing. In March 2016, a longer version of the film, split into 4 episodes, was broadcast on Russian television.