Come and See

1985

Elem Klimov
Director

Unflinching and occasionally surreal life of a 12-year-old boy during the German invasion of Russia. Similar in style to Tarkovsky, the film drifts in a dreamlike state punctuated with stunningly awful visions of war. A classic.


9th July 1985
Cinema






6th February 1987
Cinema





Come And See (Special Edition/ Old Version)
23rd October 2001
DVD




1.33:1


24th April 2006
DVD







30th June 2020
Blu-Ray









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Aleksei Kravchenko
Florya Gaishun
Aleksey Kravchenko
Flyora Gaishun
Olga Mironova
Glasha
Liubomiras Laucevicius
Kosach
Vladas Bagdonas
Roubej
Jüri Lumiste
German officer, a nazi fanatic
Viktors Lorencs
German general
Kazimir Rabetsky
(as K. Rabetsky)
Evgeniy Tilicheev
Gezhel, German translator
Aleksandr Berda
(as A. Berda)
G. Velts
German
V. Vasilyev
Igor Gnevashev
(as I. Gnevashev)
Vasiliy Domrachyov
(as V. Domrachyov)
G. Yelkin
Evgeniy Kryzhanovskiy
(as Ye. Kryzhanovsky)
N. Lisichenok
Viktor Manaev
Partisan
Takhir Matyullin
(as T. Matyulin)
Pyotr Merkurev
(as P. Merkuryev)
Valentin Mishatkin
(as V. Mishatkin)
Gennadiy Matytsky
(as G. Matytsky)
Yevgeniya Polyakova
(as Ye. Polyakova)
Anatoly Slivnikov
(as A. Slivnikov)
Georgiy Strokov
(as G. Strokov)
Tatyana Shestakova
Flyora's mother
Oleg Shapko
(as O. Shapko)
Adolf Hitler
Self (archive footage)