Children of the Night (1999)
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Black and white images of children, in lines, fill the screen while a woman's voice challenges us to look at them, some of the one million children who died during the Holocaust. Some look healthy, but more and more images of archival photographs and film show emaciated children, many alone on the street; they are anonymous. The film concludes with a a series of individual children's photographs with documentation of their deaths; born across Europe, dying in concentration camps, on journeys there, in pogroms, or on city streets of disease or starvation, none older than 12.
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