Come and See

Come and See is a 1985 Soviet movie directed by Aleksey Kravchenko that tells the story of a boy during the Nazi invasion of Belarus. The movie is a perfect display of the horrors and slaughtering committed by the Nazis.


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Director:
Elem Klimov

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    Anonymous
    October 2, 2017
    "A very harrowing look at the brutalities of which the Nazis and there collaborators did to the peasant population of Eastern Europe during World War II. A very surreal picture that is almost a nightmare acted out. The information revealed later on as to the making of this film clearly shows how much the director and film crew strove for authenticity regarding the type of images seen here. Of course, it's not a documentary, but as close to one as anyone could get from a dramatized picture. There are scenes in this movie that will haunt everyone familiar with the true incidents of that time and place in history. Any true WW II buff should see this film."
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    Anonymous
    June 13, 2018
    "This is truly the best Russian war drama film I've ever watch! The scenes shot in this film are jaw-droppingly powerful. This even left me emotionally drained. The aura of sadness is still left in my mind and heart. The slaughtering of the inhabitants is still fresh in my memory. I don't think I could ever forget that scene. "
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    Anonymous
    November 27, 2018
    "It was directed by the great director Elem Klimov. It is a film filled with his own suffering over the recent loss of his wife, director Larisa Shepitko. Unforgettable. Don't make them like this anymore."
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