“Come and See” (Idi I Simotri) by Joao Ruas

‘Come and See’, Elem Klimov’s brutally honest account of World War II, has been described by critic Roger Ebert as “one of the most devastating films ever about anything” and is arguably the most important film ever made about World War II, if not the most important film ever made about war full stop. Joao Ruas’ bleak yet jaw-droppingly beautiful interpretation is a masterful homage to a film that leaves no one who dares watch it indifferent.
On sale Wednesday, August 3rd at 4pm UK time (8am PDT) HERE.

"Come and See" (Idi I Simotri) by Joao Ruas.  24" x 28" 8-color Screenprint.  Ed of 60 N.  £100 ($132)

“Come and See” (Idi I Simotri) by Joao Ruas. 24″ x 28″ 8-color Screenprint. Ed of 60 N. £100 ($132)

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