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There IS Many Like Us (2015)

In 1943, Max Fronenberg spent one year digging a secret underground tunnel to escape out of a prison camp in Warsaw, Poland during the Holocaust while saving fifteen other prisoners in the process and forced to leave behind the love of his life, Rena, in the prison.

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Josh Webber (as Josh Abraham Webber)

Writers:

Josh Webber (as Josh Abraham Webber), Zachary Scott (voice overs)
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Credited cast:
Eric Roberts ... LT. Rauder
Tyler Mauro ... Max
Kayleigh Gilbert ... Rena
Michael Girgenti ... Karochic
Zach Silverman ... Goodman
Douglas Bierman ... Mr. Federman
John Antorino ... Nazi Soldier Pilka
Michael D. Reynolds ... Barry
Robert Robinson ... Moses
Gabriella Nejman Gabriella Nejman ... Stella
Darrin James ... Baruch
Stefanja Orlowska ... Halina
Keegan Perry ... General Mishka
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lucy Alex ... Camp Prisoner
Michele Arel Michele Arel ... Camp Prisoner
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In 1943, Max Fronenberg spent one year digging a secret underground tunnel to escape out of a prison camp in Warsaw, Poland during the Holocaust while saving fifteen other prisoners in the process and forced to leave behind the love of his life, Rena, in the prison.

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Language:

English

Release Date:

4 April 2017 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

$150,000 (estimated)
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Max Fronenberg: I always believe as long as the eyes stay open there is always a chance to survive.
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Astounding, Heart-Gripping, Life-Changing
6 January 2017 | by plazalizSee all my reviews

Over the past 3-4 years I've viewed multiple WWII documentaries and movies and read as many books, most of them involving the Holocaust. There are stories of romance, daring escapes, suspense, brutality, unbelievable survival, jaw-dropping heroism, heartbreaking loss and miraculous reunions. This docudrama has it all. It would be more of an honor to meet Max Fronenberg, a man of incredible noble character, than any world leader. It was an honor even just to see this, to have a glimpse into his life. Unless made of stone, his story will motivate, inspire and challenge any viewer to live better, be better. I want my entire family and all of my friends to see this. I give this film a 10+ rating.


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