Everyone possible should see this. To learn how to live in the middle of modern man's greatest episode of depravity is the clear message of this distressing and brilliantly made film. Instead of panic, despair and chaos the men in this hut, awaiting certain death in the gas chamber, don't question the existence of God but set up a court and, using all their powers of analysis of their situation, ask the question 'If there is an all-seeing, all-hearing, just God how can He allow all this appalling privation and carnage to exist?'
It would be invidious to single out any of the cast for commendation; all were welded into one team which appeared dedicated, heart and soul, to the promotion of this film's message. The balance between prosecution and defence and the 'jury's' individual, searing comments is exquisitely judged; stirring up hours of argument, debate and self-questioning among all who have had the privilege of seeing this masterpiece. To say 'I loved this' is inappropriate; I revere this.