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It may not do full justice to all [of its] subjects in its tight 78 minutes, but it's not a film you're likely to forget.
The liberation footage itself is the centerpiece of Night Will Fall. It is mesmerizing, sickening, disturbing, and essential.
As well as footage of Bernstein, Singer has some fascinating interviews with English, Soviet and American soldiers who did the filming.
A masterfully constructed, eye-opening and, at times, eyes-averting look at an obscure chapter of Holocaust history.
This is an extraordinary record. But be warned. Once seen, these images cannot be unseen.
... Alfred Hitchcock himself was drafted to shape the footage into a documentary that would play for audiences on both sides of the war. It was never completed.
Night is brisk but surprisingly comprehensive. It also further burnishes Hitchcock's reputation and gives Bernstein his long overdue acknowledgment.
Night Will Fall is an unsparing yet unfortunately necessary reminder of the atrocities committed seventy plus years ago.
As "Night Will Fall" shows, even in the darkest hour, sometimes the greatest heroes are those willing to stare bravely into humanity's worst depths and tell the world what happened.
After 70 years in the can... some of the most visceral, detailed and shocking footage of the liberation of Nazi concentration camps is being released.
Impressively sober, thoughtful ...
A powerful film that should be seen together with the unmissable restored documentary whose untold story is chronicled here. Needless to say, it brought out many tears and heartbreaking testimonies from people in the theater where I was at the 64th Berlin International Film Festival.
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