Ben-Hur Sepehr carried this story with him for thirty years. It is beautifully poignant and conflicted - choosing to do right or not when you have been wronged a million time over. The casting, mood and editing of this movie is flawless. Set in the later stages of World War II in a concentration camp, this may be the best movie ever dealing with the holocaust. It is an uplifting story but also tears at your heart and humanity given the circumstance.
Morality plays are not easily captured in short films, but Ben-Hur displays the finesse of years of film-making to make this film speak loud and clear across a generation.
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