Come and See
Drama • NR • 1985 • 2 hr 22 min
Soviet-era Russian production highlighting the psychopathic insanity of war from a adolescent boy's point of view.
This movie…… actually left me speechless…….
Not even worth adding a plot synopsis, just watch it. Not a single scene that doesn’t belong there.
The greatest anti-war film of all time. This is a brutal watch, but for those who can power through it, the end result is poignant
An incredible film. It's harrowing and haunting. The best war film ever made.
Intimately intense. Visually stunning. Jaw dropping. Horrific in ways rarely experienced on the screen. One of best war films ever made.
One of the most cinematic and dark explorations of war that I’ve seen. One of the best war movies, and best movies period, that I’ve seen.
Deeply disturbing, like no other movie ive seen, makes you think about it for at least a week
Never gonna watch this again. Couldnt watch worst movie before sleep. Realy good shown the true evil of the war. Never gonna sleep again
The BEST war film that’s ever been made. Nothing, and I repeat nothing, comes close to this. A work of unspeakable genius.
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