It's the starkness and the banality of Ghetto life contrasting with the intense human dramas that make this film memorable.
The brutality of the Nazis and their obsession with statistics and order is well shown.
This is one of those films that only black and white photography has the power to portray effectively.
This film of the Ghetto Jews' grim reality of processing and subjugation is not something you will ever forget, with the Jewish characters' all to brief time on screen and individual their stories intensifying your pity of their fates.
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