Escape from Sobibor
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A scene midway through shows a column of Jews waiting outside a gas chamber. All are women and children, and all are naked. The view is quite distant, so nothing improper can be seen of the children; on older women pubic hair and breasts are visible. Towards the end of the scene a young naked boy runs away, and a fleeting glimpse of his penis is made.

Much, including many gunshots, bloody hands from barbed wire contact, whippings and some shoving.

There are some bloody scenes where a man holds a knife with his bloody hand (implying he stabbed someone)

1-3 "D words" and 1 "Ba word"

Some smoking and drinking among Nazi officers and commandants as well as some smoking among the inmates themselves.

The movie's theme is World War II's Holocaust. A naked inmated is chased by a guard dog (its not seen if the dog catches the fleeing prisoner).



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