Eyes of the Holocaust (2000)

  |  Documentary, History

Steven Spielberg and Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation present interviews with survivors of the Nazi death camps in Hungary. Their tragic testimonies are illustrated through newsreels from the era and archival photos.

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7 August 2001 | korsos
Great and shocking film!
I have seen it yesterday (2001. august 6.) It was shocking me! I think, everybody have to see this film, otherwise nobody can understand, what World war II really means. The concept of the film was very interesting. A young girl was reading words and sentences about the holocaust, with their meaning. Then we saw the comments and the stories of the survivors. It was interesting, but also shocking to see the original pictures, while listening to the memories.

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Plot Summary


Documentary | History


Release Date:

15 October 2000



Country of Origin

USA, Hungary

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