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After World War II portrayal of Teresiensdatd during the Nazi rule.
There is no better way to portray Nazi times then in black and white. This film can not be as good as Schindler's list, but it comes close. Brutality and savagery of Nazi regime is portrayed in this film extremely well. If you want to see masterpiece of the Czech cinematography after World War II, this is a film to see.
This a film to see anyways, politically as well as an example of the excellent film making in the early 1960*s what was then Czechoslovakia.
I especially liked how they succeeded to portray brutality and savagery of the Nazis, especially the visiting commander in the glasses.
All in all I strongly recommend that you obtain this film and watch it. You will be pleasantly surprised!
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