After finding an old rifle, a young boy joins the Soviet resistance movement against ruthless German forces and experiences the horrors of World War II.
“Come and See” is a 1985 Soviet war drama film directed by Elem Klimov. The movie tells the story of a young Belarusian boy named Florya, who joins the Soviet resistance during World War II against Nazi Germany. Florya’s journey takes him through the brutal realities of war, including witnessing the massacre of his family and friends, experiencing the horrors of concentration camps, and participating in a partisan attack against a German village.
The film is known for its intense and realistic portrayal of war and its impact on individuals, as well as its use of innovative cinematography and sound design. It has been praised as one of the most powerful anti-war films ever made and has won numerous awards and critical acclaim.
“Come and See” is not for the faint of heart, as it contains graphic violence, disturbing images, and intense emotional content. However, it is considered a masterpiece of world cinema and a must-see for those interested in the history of World War II and its impact on the people involved.