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An in-depth visual and verbal account of one of the most notorious episodes of World War 2. Using location shots and combining CGI, for a 3-D realism, this is a documentary, through a timeline, showing its conception, ideals, horrors and liberation of the Death Camp that is Auschwitz and its role in "The Final Solution". Using reconstructions of key events by actors playing major Nazi hierarchical roles and real interviews from parties of all sides; ex-prisoners, old Schutzstaffel (SS) members and witnesses. Using archive footage conjoined with reflective, contemporary imagery it is a vivid and thorough historical telling of the atrocities of a political ideology that gave nothing but fear and death. Written by
The documentary impressed me, it has a different approach from others that I have watched. It described a detailed physical and a social situations of the camp. In the end of each chapter, you can understand a little more deeply what it had represented for the Jewish people, the foreigners, the families, the Nazis, all the horror and the distorted ideas that make all these things happened. For the people who experienced it and all the political involved, all the consequences for all nations involved and the thoughts of "Nazi", in the final I was sad and I think the history have a power to educate ourselves to be a better person, not repeat the atrocities, the ideal to exterminated a race is outrageous, we are not God and we can't decide the their destiny.
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