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weirdboy's avatar


This is an amazing documentary. At the same time, I do not wish to add this to my "favorites" as that seems to imply that I have a desire to watch it again at some point in the future.

It is so emotionally draining to watch this film.

Am I glad I saw it?

Do I ever want to see this again?
6 years 12 months ago
Tiago Costa's avatar

Tiago Costa

Well, this is one way to spend your entire Saturday.
7 years ago
Shingwauk's avatar


Too hard to put into words.
6 years 11 months ago
buddhalou's avatar


Finally sitting down to start this. Definitely going to have to be in installments due to length and gravity.
One of those experiences I've been dreading as much as looking forward to.
6 years 8 months ago
Mhrass's avatar


One of the greatest documentaries ever made!
9 years 4 months ago
fineapplewine's avatar


Indescribably brilliant.
10 years 5 months ago
deadendjob's avatar


Best. Documentary. EVER.
12 years 1 month ago
Phiphi's avatar


Great material, but it feels thrown out there like you're watching a reel of outtakes from the actual documentary. It would have benefited from being edited into a mini-series to give it some structure.
7 months ago
jmars's avatar


Meditative, powerful and simple. This subverts the traditional Holocaust dramatizations involving skeletal prisoners, mounds of corpses and shouting Nazis in favor of simply sitting with witnesses, perpetrators, and survivors and listening to their stories. The Holocaust is such a monumental horror in the history of humanity that it has always felt out of the reach of my imagination, as though no amount of reenactment and dramatization could fully convey its horror. I was always outside looking in on it. But this film put me inside. It allowed me to spend 9 1/2 hours listening to the people who experienced it, moving through the locations where it happened, and simply being silent and present to their stories. There may be no more powerful way to experience someone else's reality than this.
2 years 4 months ago
thestuman101694's avatar


A seminal documentary that not only explores the horrors of the Holocaust but also the widespread hatred of Semitic peoples. "NukeTheWhales" on this comment forum (mod-edit: this refers to a racist comment, which has been removed) is sadly only one voice among the many misguided individuals who find it easier to fear and spread hatred than to listen and empathize with their fellow human.
2 years 8 months ago
AfterTheParade's avatar


Quite possible, that this is the most important film ever made.
11 years 3 months ago
nicolaskrizan's avatar


a true must in every book

9 years 6 months ago
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