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Flyora later wanders out of the scorched village in the direction of the Germans, where he discovers they had been ambushed by the partisans. After recovering his jacket and rifle, Flyora comes across the young woman who had also escaped the church in a fugue state and covered in blood after having been gang-raped and brutalized. While some of the captured men including the commander plead for their lives and deflect blame, a young fanatical officer is unapologetic and vows they will carry out their mission.
Kosach then forces most of the collaborators to douse the Germans with a can of petrol but the disgusted crowd shoots them all before they can be set on fire. As the partisans leave, Flyora notices a framed portrait of Adolf Hitler in a puddle and proceeds to shoot it numerous times. As he does so, a montage of clips from Hitler's life play in reverse, but when Hitler is shown as a baby on his mother 's lap, Flyora stops shooting and cries. He then rushes to rejoin his comrades; they march through the woods as snow blankets the ground.
As they disappear into the birch forest, a title informs: " Belorussian villages were destroyed, along with all their inhabitants"  alternate translation: " Belarusian villages were burnt to the ground with all their inhabitants". Klimov co-wrote the screenplay with Ales Adamovich , who fought with the Belarusian partisans as a teenager.
According to the director's recollections, work on the film began in The 40th anniversary of the Great Victory was approaching. I had been reading and rereading the book I Am from the Fiery Village , which consisted of the first-hand accounts of people who miraculously survived the horrors of the fascist genocide in Belorussia.
Many of them were still alive then, and Belorussians managed to record some of their memories onto film. I will never forget the face and eyes of one peasant, and his quiet recollection about how his whole village had been herded into a church, and how just before they were about to be burned, an officer gave them the offer: "Whoever has no children can leave".
And he couldn't take it, he left, and left behind his wife and little kids And later, the drunk men surrounded them with sheepdogs and let the dogs tear the children to pieces. And then I thought: the world doesn't know about Khatyn! They know about Katyn , about the massacre of the Polish officers there.
But they don't know about Belorussia. Even though more than villages were burned there! And I decided to make a film about this tragedy. I perfectly understood that the film would end up a harsh one. I decided that the central role of the village lad Flyora would not be played by a professional actor, who upon immersion into a difficult role could have protected himself psychologically with his accumulated acting experience, technique and skill.
I wanted to find a simple boy fourteen years of age. We had to prepare him for the most difficult experiences, then capture them on film. And at the same time, we had to protect him from the stresses so that he wasn't left in the loony bin after filming was over, but was returned to his mother alive and healthy.
Fortunately, with Aleksey Kravchenko, who played Flyora and who later became a good actor, everything went smoothly. I understood that this would be a very brutal film and that it was unlikely that people would be able to watch it. I told this to my screenplay coauthor, the writer Ales Adamovich.
But he replied: "Let them not watch it, then. This is something we must leave after us. As evidence of war, and as a plea for peace. Come and See was shot only on Belarusian soil. The events with the people, the peasants, actually happened as shown in the film.
Even the language spoken in the film is Belarusian. What was important was that all the events depicted in the film really did happen in Belarus. For eight years,  filming could not begin because the State Committee for Cinematography Goskino would not accept the screenplay, considering it too realistic, calling it propaganda for the "aesthetics of dirtiness" and "naturalism". The film was shot in chronological order over a period of nine months.
I kept a most severe diet, and after the filming was over I returned to school not only thin, but grey-haired. In fact, a special Silber Interference Grease-Paint, alongside a thin layer of actual silver, was used to dye his hair. This made it difficult to get his hair back to normal, so Kravchenko had to live with his hair like this for some time after shooting the film. He could have landed in an insane asylum," Mr. Klimov said. Kravchenko was able to concentrate so intensely that it seemed as if he had hypnotized himself for the role"   with some autogenic training.
To create the maximum sense of immediacy, realism , hyperrealism , and surrealism operate in equal measure. The extreme close-ups of actors staring into camera is a recurring motif. The original soundtrack is rhythmically amorphous music composed by Oleg Yanchenko. The German military march "Old Comrades " is played as the German army begins its attack on the village. At the conclusion of the film, the partisans walk through a winter woodland to the sound of Mozart 's Lacrimosa before the camera tilts towards the sky and the ending credits appear.
There's a curious scene here in a wood, the sun falling down through the leaves, when the soundtrack, which has been grim and mournful, suddenly breaks free into Mozart. And what does this signify? A fantasy, I believe, and not Florya's, who has probably never heard such music.
The Mozart descends into the film like a deus ex machina , to lift us from its despair. We can accept it if we want, but it changes nothing. It is like an ironic taunt.
And when he had opened the fourth seal, I heard the voice of the fourth beast say, "Come and see! And power was given unto them over the fourth part of the earth, to kill with sword, and with hunger, and with death, and with the beasts of the earth. The film was released on 17 October ,   drawing In , the film received an official restoration overseen by Karen Shakhnazarov.
This release is currently out-of-print. The film became available on FilmStruck ,  the streaming service for the Criterion Collection from its opening on 1 November to its closing on 29 November , and from November on the new Criterion Channel service.
Initial reception was positive. Powerful material, powerfully rendered And though he draws a surprisingly vivid performance from his inexperienced teen lead, Klimov's prowess is his visual poetry, muscular and animistic, like compatriot Andrei Konchalovsky 's in his epic Siberiade. The director has elicited an excellent performance from his central actor Kravchenko". According to Klimov, the film was so shocking for audiences, however, that ambulances were sometimes called in to take away particularly impressionable viewers, both in the Soviet Union and abroad.
I traveled through all of Poland and Belarus, finally reaching Ukraine. I will testify: everything that is told in this film is the truth. And the most frightening and shameful thing for me is that this film will be seen by my children and grandchildren". The film has since been widely acclaimed in the 21st century. In Daneet Steffens of Entertainment Weekly wrote that "Klimov alternates the horrors of war with occasional fairy tale-like images; together they imbue the film with an unapologetically disturbing quality that persists long after the credits roll.
In , J. Hoberman of The Village Voice reviewed Come and See , writing the following: "Directed for baroque intensity, Come and See is a robust art film with aspirations to the visionary — not so much graphic as leisurely literal-minded in its representation of mass murder.
The movie has been compared both to Schindler's List and Saving Private Ryan , and it would not be surprising to learn that Steven Spielberg had screened it before making either of these.Скачивайте и слушайте бесплатно песню Чёрный Кузнец - Да, Детка! в высоком mp3 качестве на мобильном телефоне или компьютере.