For something different, the Finnish "Unknown Soldier" from 2017 was just published on Amazon.
Based on a book written by a veteran, it covers a lot of ground, so I'd wait for the 5-part TV series version to become available. It was all filmed on a manner that they produced the two from the material done.
A deleted scene: https://youtu.be/uMSqtVxRECs
Edit: Or not deleted as such, but something that is included on the TV-series, but not on the movie version.
Thank you for pointing this movie out. Ordered today.
The Region 1 Bluray seems to be the original 180 minutes version. I have the Region 2 Bluray, which allows also for the 135 min "international" version, that, to me, feels better focused as it mostly follows Sgt Rokka, the platoon's Sgt Steiner of the Cross of Iron alike father figure and Winter War veteran. Nothing wrong with the original either, it is how the director wanted it. It's just there's so many characters to follow, even the full three hours seems not enough. Hence my comment that I prefer the 5-part mini series to movies, as it allows more time for all characters to come alive.
For instance, the ambush snippet above is on neither movie version. It is from the beginning, it is their only third engagement with the enemy, after during the first time they pretty much got bogged down without achieving anything for their casualties, and even in the second engagement, attacking an entrenched hill, they find most Soviets had just fallen back and retreated. Then, on the snippet, they finally catch a retreating Soviet unit unaware, and get to pay back having until then been on the receiving end.
Let me know what you think once you've seen it.