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A rare look at World War II from the Soviet side, Come and See is based on the real-life experiences of Ales Adamovich, who fought with Russian partisans in Belarus in 1943, when the Nazis systematically torched over 600 villages and slaughtered their inhabitants. Adamovich and director Elem Klimov co-authored the screenplay, which shows the horrors through the eyes of a 13-year-old peasant boy named Florya (Alexei Kravchenko). Over his single mother's protests, he joins the partisans, but they leave him behind in their ...

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Russell

Aug 25, 2013

It OK for some people

This is certainly a different war movie, being of a different culture and another language/with English subtitle. It is easy to read and the plot easy to understand. I don't know of anyone I think who would enjoy seeing this. However, it is war and all the emotions, acts both good and bad.

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