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In an era generations removed from the horrors of the Holocaust, filmmaker Rex Bloomstein attempts to transcend the apathy brought forth by media overload by focusing his lens on a scenic Austrian town on the banks of the Danube where one of the most notorious concentration camps of World War II was once located. In addition to offering first-hand accounts of the atrocities committed at Mauthausen by speaking with ageing inhabitants of the town, Bloomstein also speaks with newcomers to find out
May 4, 2006 Wide
Jan 15, 2008
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Although never strident, crafty juxtaposition of various subjects interviewed points out the very different ways people absorb and cope with the knowledge of what went on at Mauthausen and other camps.
This movie makes you think, makes you feel, and makes some very profound and moving statements.
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