"Come and See" is a war film directed by Elem Klimov and released in 1985. It is set during the Nazi occupation of Belarus in World War II, and follows a young Belarusian boy named Florya who joins the resistance movement and is forced to confront the horrors of war. The film is known for its brutal and realistic depiction of the war, as well as its strong performances and cinematography. It has been highly praised by critics and is considered a classic of world cinema. However, it is also extremely disturbing and may not be suitable for all viewers due to its graphic violence and themes.