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A decent 'based on a true story' WWII drama, but really this doesn't deliver anything new to the viewer. I've no idea if the characters portrayed were closely based on the genuine people involved but the strength in the film at least lies in their depiction. The film itself is only ever passingly interesting and fails to deliver much tension or emotion for me.
A harrowing and haunting retelling.
A powerful story that, unfortunately, runs about 20 minutes too long. What starts out as being suspenseful and harrowing turns into a siege, and, eventually, a bore.
Yet another contribution to the unrelenting horror that was the second world war for many, but effectively told, with only occasional lapses into convenient symbolism.
Shot almost entirely in the titular setting, Agnieszka Holland's Academy Award-nominated Holocaust film tells a harrowing and moving survival story about a clan of Polish Jews living like sewer rats in a Nazi-occupied town with the help of a Catholic sewer worker and petty thief.
Like all Holocaust films, this is bleak and hard to watch. What makes this one stand out is how realistically human the characters are. These men and woman are forced to live in the worst conditions imaginable, and yet we see the joy of life as well as the sorrow. I've seen complaints about the sexual content, and while I too found this off putting at first, they are still human, no matter what the Nazis did to them.
Maybe watch it again over 10 years ... yesterday not in the mood for watching war - stuff for 145 minutes !
Deeply harrowing, gradually becoming more and more moving as the story moves forward and the richness of the characters really starts to come through. Recommended.
WOW... Again, so hard to believe the unbelievable cruelty we do to ourselves as people.. because we're different: religions? ethnicities?... We're all human....
So great a movie that we feel we're there with them. Brilliant!