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New York Times:
Scene for scene, Mr. Klimov proves a master of a sort of unreal realism that seeks to get at events terrible beyond comprehension.
I suppose that never forgetting has its place, but not when it insists on such narrowly righteous fantasies of revenge.
A disorienting and undifferentiated amalgam of almost lyrical poeticism and expressionist nightmare.
Come and See, the last and most notable film made by the former Soviet director Elem Klimov, is another fusion of popular and vanguard styles, albeit put to more civic-minded use.
Come and See sounds like an invitation to a child's game. Nothing could be further from the truth.