Metro2 Moscow

What could be more lucrative than a film where Russians get to be heroes, AGAIN? 

Metro2 Moscow

Screenplay By Alan Nafzger (copyright 2013)

Action, Time Travel, Russian Patriotism.

SUMMARY – When the Nazis attempt to win the war by using a mysterious “time portal” device, they inadvertently send an elite army of paratroopers and planes flying through time to present day (2014) Moscow.

READ THE SCRIPT —> Metro2 Moscow

“Metro2 Moscow” TITLE — After arriving in 2014 the Nazi soldiers move to take control of Metro-2, the secret underground metro system which parallels the public Moscow Metro. The system is an interconnected network of deep interconnected subway lines that provide a quick and secure means of evacuation for the leadership in case of nuclear war. Metro-2 is still operated by the Presidential General Directorate of Special Programmes and Ministry of Defence. The length of Metro-2 is rumored to exceed that of the public Metro.

PATRIOTISM AND POLITICS – “Metro2 Moscow

This is a very patriotic film. A national emergency requires the modern Muscovites to repel the Nazi invaders. Secretaries, computer geeks, firemen, homeless men, teachers and housewives attack the Nazi’s.

The hero of the film is a young President of Russia, Alexander Grishin. Grishin is at the airport when the Nazi time travelers appear and he takes refuge in the Metro2 tunnels. There he leads a counter attack. The character of Grishin is former military, trained in weapons and hand-to-hand combat. At the conclusion of the film, Grishin stripped of his security escort faces the Nazi commander in a life or death fight.

“Metro2 Moscow” PLOT — In 1944, the siege at Stalingrad has been broken and the German army is in retreat. Hitler is looking to the occult for something to change this fortune. Jungen Müller, a high ranking officer within the Black Sun Legion, the Reich’s secretive occult section of the SS, is searching a tiny Belorussian village for the “Devil’s Key”, a mythical weapon which is rumored to grant the ability to walk through walls and cross continents in the blink of an eye. He finds the portal weapon in the grave of a medieval crusader. In the casket, there is a disk like portal device, several modern pistols and an ancient book that are removed from the arms of the knight. Belarusian Resistance attack and keep Müller from possessing the book, but the portal device falls into the hands of the Germans.

The device is taken to a secret warehouse in Germany, where there is much academic and theoretical debate. There is intelligence information that Stalin will be returning to Moscow on a flight from Samara into Vnukovo. There isn’t a book with instructions. However, the Nazi occultists seem to think when activated it will move entire armies.

In 2014 Russia, the President of Russia, Alexander Grishin, has been on a working holiday attending a conference and vacationing on the Black Sea. He is young, energetic and fit but not entirely popular; Russia has many problems and most of them rest on his shoulders. It is reported in the media that Grishin is soon flying back into Moscow. The Presidential fleet uses Vnukovo airport.

In 1944 Germany, 20 Junkers transport planes are outfitted with elite paratroopers with orders to kidnap or kill Stalin, secure the government Metro-2, destroy almost everything between the airport and the capital. A larger force of Nazi reinforcements are scheduled for the next day. They are to capture Stalin and take over the airport to facilitate the landing of a larger force the next day using a larger force. They are given extensive maps of the airport and the Moscow tunnel system.

In 1944, Metro2 exceeded that of the public Metro. It is said to have four lines, and to lie 50 to 200m deep. It is said to connect the Kremlin with the security service (NKVD) headquarters, the government airport at Vnukovo, and an underground town at Ramenki, in addition to other locations of national importance.

Adding to the idea that Hitler is a few sweaters shy of a closet, the soldiers are given a long list of Moscow targets. Almost every major building from Vnukovo to the Kremlin is a target. The many of the German invaders use the underground Metro-2 to advance from Vnukovo toward the Kremlin.

Metro2 Moscow

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