November 1942, Southern Russia. Along an incredibly vast frontline German and Italian soldiers stand together. They are young men in their twenties, born under Fascism and Nazism, dragged by Hitler and Mussolini into the most senseless and mad operation of the entire war: the invasion of the Soviet Union. At the root of the tragic defeat in Russia, Hitler's megalomaniac plan of taking control of the oil fields in the Caucasus and the debacle of the German 6th army in Stalingrad.
The Lazio Region, one of Italy's most important realities, invests in its productive resources.