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Come and See ()

Idi i smotri (original title)
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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.

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Florya Gaishun (as A. Kravchenko)
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Glasha (as O. Mironova)
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Kosach (as L. Lautsyavichius)
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Roubej (as V. Bagdonas)
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German officer, a nazi fanatic
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German general (as V. Lorents)
Kazimir Rabetsky ...
(as K. Rabetsky)
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Gezhel, German translator (as Ye. Tilicheyev)
Aleksandr Berda ...
(as A. Berda)
G. Velts ...
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V. Vasilyev
Igor Gnevashev ...
(as I. Gnevashev)
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(as V. Domrachyov)
G. Yelkin
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(as Ye. Kryzhanovsky)
N. Lisichenok
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Partisan (as V. Manaev)
Takhir Matyullin ...
(as T. Matyulin)
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(as P. Merkuryev)
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(as V. Mishatkin)
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(as G. Matytsky)
Yevgeniya Polyakova ...
(as Ye. Polyakova)
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(as A. Slivnikov)
Georgiy Strokov ...
(as G. Strokov)
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Florya's mother (as T. Shestakova)
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(as O. Shapko)
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Directed by

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Elem Klimov ... (as E. Klimov)

Written by

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Ales Adamovich ... (story) (as A. Adamovich)
 
Ales Adamovich ... (screenplay) (as A. Adamovich) and
Elem Klimov ... (screenplay) (as E. Klimov)

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Oleg Yanchenko ... (as O. Yanchenko)

Cinematography by

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Aleksei Rodionov ... (as A. Rodionov)

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Valeriya Belova ... (as V. Belova)

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Viktor Petrov ... (as V. Petrov)

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Viktor Petrov ... (as V. Petrov)

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Viktor Petrov ... (as V. Petrov)

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Eleonora Semyonova ... (as E. Semyonova)

Makeup Department

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V. Bolotnikov ... makeup artist
S. Mikhlina ... makeup artist
A. Zhurba ... makeup artist

Production Management

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S. Tereshchenko ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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N. Grakina ... assistant director
I. Levandovskaya ... assistant director
Afanasiy Trishkin ... assistant director (as A. Trishkin)

Sound Department

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Viktor Mors ... sound engineer (as V. Mors)

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N. Andreyev ... pyrotechnician
Ya. Goldman ... pyrotechnician
Albert Rudachenko ... special effects coordinator (as A. Rudachenko)
V. Zemnokha ... pyrotechnician
Viktor Zhanov ... special effects operator (as V. Zhanov)

Camera and Electrical Department

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B. Galper ... camera operator
K. Klimin ... assistant camera
N. Zuyev ... assistant camera

Music Department

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Mina Blank ... music editor (as M. Blank)

Other crew

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P. Gutenko ... military advisor
Anatoli Kudryavtsev ... script supervisor (as A. Kudryavtsev)
Yu. Oksachenko ... trainee production administrator
V. Ponochevnyi ... production administrator
Ada Repina ... script supervisor (as A. Repina)
Z. Rogozovskaya ... production administrator

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

The feature film directed by Elem Klimov, shot in the genre of military drama. The action takes place on the territory of Belarus in 1943. In the center of the story is a Belarusian boy, who witnesses the horrors of the Nazi punitive action, turning from a cheerful teenager into a gray-haired old man for two days. Written by Peter-Patrick76 (peter-patrick@mail.com)

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Also Known As
  • Иди и смотри (Soviet Union, Russian title)
  • Come and See (United States)
  • Go and Look (World-wide, English title)
  • Come and See (Canada, English title)
  • Come and See (World-wide, English title)
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  • 142 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Live ammunition was used in the film - in interviews, actor Aleksey Kravchenko has described actual bullets passing some 10 centimeters above his head. See more »
Goofs The belted machine gun used by one of the Partisans to shoot the captured German soldiers does not eject any empty shell cases when it is fired. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in The 100 Greatest War Films (2005). See more »
Soundtracks Die Walküre See more »

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