Yup, "Stalingrad" is Enemy at the Gates. The french retitling to Stalingrad makes it a bit confusing, as there's a well known (in Europe) german 1993 movie by the same name.
It's a french import, ordered at Amazon France, but for US buyers I'd recommendExploited Cinema
. Note that these titles issued by Pathé don't play in first generation Toshibas. Played fine on my Euro HD-E1 (same as the american A2).
The video is VC-1 encoded, retaining the natural grain. I felt there was a moderate- to high level of detail, but just missing that last bit of sharpness. Audio is English 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio and was boomy and involving, but my system isn't up to snuff so I won't be held responsible for differing views on this. Also, this release is 1.78:1 while the DVD was 2.35:1. It has been claimed that the HD DVD is open-matte, but I can not corroborate this. The framing seemed fine to me though. Perhaps the only downside to this import is that all on-screen captions are in french (not player generated), so some Russian newspaper headlines leave you guessing (unless you read french, but who does? :-) All other subtitles can be turned off, no forced subs here. Menus in french only.