The Unknown Soldier is an explosive war drama about a platoon of Finnish soldiers fighting the Soviets in the Second World War.
Based on the best-selling novel by Väinö Linna and drawing from the author's own experiences, The Unknown Soldier's historical accuracy embraces the harsh realities of war—gritty and realistic, yet an unpolitical and humane account. The story revolves around a diverse group of men, all at odds with how they see themselves, each other, and the common cause. Warm humour, camaraderie, and basic survival instincts are requisite for them to retain their humanity on the excruciating journey to Russia and back again.
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The present does not erase history, but certain things fade away and are left in the background.