None of my formal quibbles is meant to make light of this heroic story. Indeed, some chronicle is better than no chronicle, but the past exists only in the retelling; how history is written is as important as the story itself.
There's a great book there, but "No Place on Earth" director Janet Tobias chose to fill the gaps in the story with lengthy, indifferently acted "re-creations" that lead us to question how much of what we're seeing is true and how much is fictionalized.
Sheds light on a larger inquiry delving into the human psyche, and why some people succumb to fate while others go to extremes to resist and survive. Along with insights into courage versus fear and collaboration among spectators of the victimized.