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Come and See

Elem Klimov • 1985 • 142 mins • Soviet Union • M

One of the most unforgettable and visceral experiences ever committed to film, Come and See tells the story of a young boy who joins the Belarusian resistance during the Nazi occupation and witnesses its horrors and devastation.


 OPEN EVENT  in co-operation with Quakers Aotearoa New Zealand. Public screening, koha/gold coin donation on entry.

Monday, February 26th, 7:30pm  OPEN 


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