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COME AND SEE (1985) * with switchable English and Spanish subtitles *

Elem Klimov; Ales Adamovich; Aleksey Kravchenko; Olga Mironova; Liubomiras Lauciavicius; Vladas Bagdonas; Jüri Lumiste; Viktor Lorents; Kazimir Rabetsky
$12.49
Grundpreis: $12.49 pro 1 ml

Это история о деревенском парнишке по имени Флера, который живет в маленькой белорусской деревне и мечтает попасть в партизанский отряд. В его семье остался только младший братик и мать, которая не пускает его воевать. Среди заваленных песком окопов он находит старый, чуть проржавевший карабин, с которым сбегает на поиски сопротивления. Шестнадцатилетний подросток изо всех сил пытается быть взрослым, но вызывает только смех опытных солдат. Вскоре он впервые попадает под бомбежку вражеских бомбардировщиков, и у него на время пропадает слух. Ему поручают добыть еду в компании двух взрослых партизан: так он становится свидетелем ужасных фашистских рейдов, убийства маленьких детей и геноцида. Из неотесанного и горячего юнца Флера превращается в молодого внешне, но глубоко старого, покрытого сединами старика в сердце.

Come and See begins with two Belorussian boys digging in a sand field looking for abandoned rifles, in order to be permitted membership into the Soviet partisan forces, while an old farmer warns them not to dig. One of the boys, Florya, finds an SVT-40. The next day, partisans arrive at his house and take Florya with them, to the dismay of his mother who fears that the loss of her son, like his father before him, will lessen her and her daughters chances of survival. The partisans converge in a forest and prepare to confront the Nazis, but the partisan commander orders Florya to remain behind at the camp in reserve; disappointed, Florya walks into the forest, weeping, and comes across Glasha, a girl in love with the commander who has also been left behind. Suddenly, German planes appear and begin to drop German parachutists, and the camp comes under heavy artillery fire. Florya goes temporarily deaf from the explosions and, after hiding out in the forest, returns to his home village with Glasha. He does not find his family at home but his sisters' dolls are lined up on the floor and the house is overrun by flies. When they sit down to eat the still warm dinner from the oven, Glasha vomits. Denying what they both suspect, Florya decides that they must be hiding on an nearby island across a bog. As they run from the village, Glasha turns and sees a huge pile of bodies stacked behind Florya's house. When they get to the island after painstakingly wading through the bog, they meet a large number of other villagers who fled the Nazis, including the old man who warned Florya not to dig, now doused in gasoline and burnt by the Nazis. Florya finally understands that his family did not survive.

DVD-R IS IN BELARUSIAN WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES.  APPROXIMATELY 136 MINS. + 16 MINS. OF CONTEMPORARY NEWSREELS.  MINOR PIXELLIZATION.

REGION FREE  (will play in any dvd player).

PLEASE NOTE THAT SWITCHABLE (SOFT) SUBTITLES WILL NOT SHOW UP WHEN VIEWING THE SAMPLE BELOW.  IF YOU SEE SUBTITLES, THEN THEY ARE HARD-ENCODED (meaning, they cannot be turned off when viewing the film):

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