R | | Drama, Mystery, Thriller
With the aid of a fellow Auschwitz survivor and a hand-written letter, an elderly man with dementia goes in search of the person he believes to be responsible for the death of his family in the death camp to kill him himself.
During the Holocaust, concentration camp prisoners only received tattoos at one location, the infamous Auschwitz complex, which consisted of the concentration camp Auschwitz I (Main Camp), the extermination camp Auschwitz II (Auschwitz-Birkenau), and the work camp Auschwitz III (Monowitz and sub camps). Only the prisoners selected for work were issued serial numbers. The other prisoners, who arrived by train and were deemed unfit for hard labor - like children, young teenagers, pregnant women, the handicapped and the elderly - were sent directly to the gas chambers and murdered. The gas chambers were disguised as showers to prevent possible revolts. These victims were never registered and received no tattoos. This is one of the reasons, why it is difficult today to estimate the exact number of victims.
Zev Gutman: Where's my wife?
Paula: Mr. Guttman! You can't be sneaking up on me like that!
Zev Gutman: Where is my wife? Where is Ruth?
Paula: I'm sorry, Mr. Guttman, your wife passed away about a week ago.
Zev Gutman: Ah.
Zev Gutman: Oh. I'm sorry. Who are you?
Paula: My name's Paula. I was Mrs. Guttman's ...
On the train to Philadelphia, Tyler is seen playing a Playstation Vita but when Zev grabs it from him, he calls it a PSP.
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