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    Bitter Harvest

    Set in 1930s Ukraine, as Stalin advances the ambitions of communists in the Kremlin, young artist Yuri battles to save his lover Natalka from the Holodomor, the death-by-starvation program that ultimately killed millions of Ukrainians.
    Duration: 103 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2017
    IMDb: 6.0
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  • Actors of "Bitter Harvest"

  • Characters of "Bitter Harvest"

    Nikolai Bukharin. Character of Bitter Harvest
    Lazar Kaganovich. Character of Bitter Harvest
    Played by: Paul Hickey
    Josef Stalin. Character of Bitter Harvest
    Played by: Gary Oliver
    Natalka. Character of Bitter Harvest
    Played by: Samantha Barks
    Yuri. Character of Bitter Harvest
    Played by: Max Irons
  • Directors of "Bitter Harvest"

    George Mendeluk. Director of Bitter Harvest
    George Mendeluk
    Birthdate: 20 March 1948, Augsburg, Bavaria, Germany
  • Creators of "Bitter Harvest"

    Richard Bachynsky Hoover. Director of Bitter Harvest
    Richard Bachynsky Hoover
    George Mendeluk. Director of Bitter Harvest
    George Mendeluk
    Birthdate: 20 March 1948, Augsburg, Bavaria, Germany
  • Critic Reviews of "Bitter Harvest"

    Brad Wheeler Globe and Mail
    March 03, 2017

    This is a story of villainous oppression, unfortunately told with oppressive earnestness.

    Godfrey Cheshire
    February 24, 2017

    Almost inevitably, approaching the Holodomor via a standard-length dramatic feature risks reducing the cataclysm's enormity to a trivializing size and emotional impact.

    Tom Long Detroit News
    February 24, 2017

    This is a shameful piece of history that deserves a far better film.

    Peter Debruge Variety
    February 23, 2017

    While "Bitter Harvest" will undoubtedly serve to raise awareness, there can be no doubt that the events deserve a more compelling and responsible treatment than this.

    Jeannette Catsoulis New York Times
    February 23, 2017

    The millions who died during this real-life tragedy deserve a stronger memorial than this one.

    Sheri Linden Los Angeles Times
    February 23, 2017

    Given the scope of the early-1930s atrocity, the most shocking thing about director George Mendeluk's new dramatization is how utterly devoid of emotional impact it is.

    Rain Jokinen SFist
    March 23, 2017

    The film's use of English-speaking actors, digital cinematography, and simple sets gives it all a cheap, made-for-cable movie feel.

    S. Jhoanna Robledo Common Sense Media
    March 07, 2017

    Disappointing drama shows brutal historical violence.

    Chris Knight National Post
    March 02, 2017

    The story of the Holodomor is an important one, but Bitter Harvest plasters over the dark history with all manner of movie shortcuts.

    Daniel Barnes Sacramento News & Review
    March 02, 2017

    It seems like Mendeluk and his writer Richard Bachynsky Hoover were striving for something sweeping and old-fashioned, but the end result is claustrophobic and comically out-of-touch.

    Sandra Hall Sydney Morning Herald
    March 01, 2017

    It's not Zhivago. The big picture is drawn a little too hastily for that. But it is a rousing tale with political pertinence, given the current state of relations between Russia and the Ukraine.

    Ken Eisner Georgia Straight
    March 01, 2017

    In reality, more than seven million people likely died on Stalin's orders. (The final numbers remain unknown.) Don't they deserve a better epitaph than this?

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