Must See Movies Of The Week


I’ve hear about these stories about the Bolsheviks from my grandfather when I was a little kid. This movie shed a bit of light on that and more. The movie tells the story about the time in history that isn’t commented or know to most the Holodomor that Joseph Stalin orchestrated a famine against the people of Ukraine. The film is one that will make you feel a lot. It also has a strong romantic aspect to it amid all the war and struggle. I liked the young talented cast that includes Max Irons. This is a story that should have been told on film already, but it’s finally getting its due. With the recent issues between Russia and Ukraine, this is ironically a relevant story today. This is a significant film that’s compelling to watch.

Bitter Harvest is out now on DVD, Digital HD and On Demand

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About Jim Alexander

When it boils down to it, Jim's passion is entertainment. Aside from being an avid sports fan, that follows all things NFL, NBA, and Soccer. He currently resides in the suburbs of Chicago. At the core of his interests...movies! Whether trying to catch the newest flick coming out this weekend, or the latest On Demand release, to heated debates with his friends and colleagues about the most recent "Box Office Blunder". The passion for movies lies deep within him. When he isn't writing, he immerses himself in his other interests; Acting and Radio Broadcasting. Follow Jim on Twitter @JimRko.

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