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Idi i smotri
(1985)

AKA: Come and See

Country: Soviet Union

Genre: Drama, War

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Synopsis

A boy is unwillingly thrust into the atrocities of WWII Byelorussia, fighting for a hopelessly unequipped resistance movement against the ruthless German forces. Witnessing scenes of abject terror and accidentally surviving horrifying situations he loses his innocence and then his mind.

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Cast

  • Aleksei Kravchenko
    (Florya Gaishun)
  • Olga Mironova
  • Liubomiras Lauciavicius
  • Vladas Bagdonas
  • Juris Lumiste

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Surely a film to remind people that war is a terrible business and that the ordinary people suffer. A harrowing film and a must see for UK people as they are trying to cut themselves off from Europe. We need to talk and emphasise our common heritage rather than be different. Goverments and media promote war and we the people suffer.

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Brilliant and harrowing. Often described as the greatest war film ever, and surely only equalled by a few others: The Human Condition; Fires on the Plain; The Ascent; Wooden Crosses; Army of Shadows; The Four Days of Naples; La Bataille du rail; A Man Escaped; The Profession of Arms; Jancsó Miklós's three films The Round-Up, The Red and the White and My Way Home; and A Generation, Kanal and Ashes and Diamonds, a trilogy by Andrzej Wajda, who also directed three outstanding films on the Polish labour movement: The Promised Land, Man of Marble and Man of Iron.

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A typical Russian movie - dramatic and grim. Florya, the boy partisan, is a demanding part for young Alexei Kravchenko but he gives an outstanding performance. In fact, his face physically ages during the film after all the horrors of war he witnesses. Definitely an actor worthy of an Oscar nomination.

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