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... compelling and provocative ...
It's hard to know whether to be impressed or appalled by Eva Mozes Kor, the Holocaust survivor in Bob Hercules and Cheri Pugh's fascinating documentary.
This tale of one survivor determined not to let those horrific experiences define her is moving enough to make Forgiving Dr. Mengele a worthy addition to the ever-growing canon of Holocaust-related films.
For a film about death-camp survivors Forgiving Dr. Mengele is surprisingly uplifting and, at times, even lighthearted.
This moving film explores the trauma of a Holocaust survivor with rare complexity.
The film is mostly dry and uninspired. An extraordinary woman like Eva Kor deserves a less ordinary biography.
A thought-provoking documentary about the difficulty people have with the spiritual practice of forgiveness.
Short, simple but powerfully provocative documentary.
Eva's story could have been a solely tragic one, but she has some powerful words of wisdom that could help anyone deal with traumatic events.
The politics of forgiveness cast a heavy shadow over Bob Hercules and Cheri Pugh's documentary about Romanian-born Eva Mozes Kor, who endured 10 months of Dr. Josef Mengele's notorious medical experiments.
a rickety thing
A favorable depiction of a Holocaust survivor who forgives.
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