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Escape from sobibor,
By A Customer
This review is from: Escape From Sobibor [DVD]  [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC] (DVD)
This film shows what life must have been like in a death camp rather than a concentration camp. Here people, both guards and inmates, worked in a space devoted entirely to the implementation of the final solution - remember this camp was one of five set up purely for this reason. The day to day lives of the inmates is captured perfectley but also the film gives an insight into the lives of the camp staff. In one scene, for example, the guards have a heated discussion about the camp and their specific role in its running. Some are clearly concerned about the morality of their actions. Historically, this is absoultely accurate. There were good and bad people on all sides. Its good to see an attempt at looking at day to day events of life in a death camp rather than just on the main issues of the holocaust.
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Initial post: 1 Nov 2012 01:10:00 GMT
uncle joe says:
Life was def not like portrayed in this movie.
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