1950. The Second World War ended long ago, but in the territory of Western Ukraine, in Carpathians, the armed struggle was continued by weak, bloodless, but unbroken in their spirit armed forces and small troops of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA) – not that long ago mighty, well organized and schooled, which had to conduct its unequal struggle on two fronts: first, against German invaders, and then – against the Bolshevist aggression. The prominent Commander stood at the head of the Army: the legendary general-horunzhy Roman Shukhevich – Taras Chuprynka, whose fate became the basis for the film. The film "Unsubdued" respresents not only a sharp dynamic plot, but also a real attempt to use artistic means to convey to the audience the truth about events of war and post-war time in Western Ukraine.
The movie is in Ukrainian only. It has English subtitles.
Video format - PAL.
DVD Region: ALL.