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they weigh too much, look their captors in the eye and have vodka to drink. i don't think so...
Not the best Film about the WWII Labor/Concentration camps, but certainly not the worst. However, here's my question:
:Just about every quarter of just about every year, we get a film about the 'Holocaust', yet there has not been 1 (one) film produced by Hollywood to date 60 years on, about the RUSSIAN 'HOLOCAUST' (The HOLODOMOR) Where somewhere between 40 & 60 Million Christian Russians were brutally & systematically Starved, Worked to Death in Gulags or outright Liquidated by the Bolsheviks (???)
(*It really does beg the question: does the 'Holocaust' have a copyright of sorts on murder, pain & suffering? If not, why does it seem to upstage every other calamity that has occurred over the past century? If it's a question of numbers, why is it compulsory curriculum in school yet nothing is taught to our children about the Holodomor -or- the Armenian Genocide? Something worth considering)
A few uncomfortable nuances carefully included, but it's still much closer to yet-another black-and-white rehashing - than to anything on the level of 'The Grey Zone'.
Jewish or not, this film takes your breath away and may be deeply distressing if you have ever imagined what life might have been like inside a Nazi death camp. The acting and directly are very professional, the story uncompromising in detail and the horror of man's worst inhumanity to man is starkly depicted. Not for the faint of heart, it is an important story graphically
and powerfully produced. A film Not-To-Be-Missed.