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With the greatest of respect. I have just watched this short TV series as a stand alone movie. I cried most of the way through it. Amazed that nobody has made a review previously. I read many bad reviews in the press and media years ago, but never had opportunity to watch the film before today. The movie in my opinion is excellent and worthy of better reviews. Certainly not an easy subject to cover or show respect to such a horrible memory. Please try to get hold of a copy and watch it. Education and warning for people of all ages living in all countries. My heart went out to those families who will never forget. I wont say any more other than: This movie moved me and I feel it will move you also. I sincerely hope this is televised either as series or one part in the near future. Thank you for reading. God bless to those who suffered and continue to suffer.
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