SHOAH is an assemblage of witnesses - Holocaust survivors, Nazi functionaries, Polish villagers who resided near the death camps - testimony amounts to one of the most shattering human documents ever recorded. The final product was culled from over 350 hours of testimony. It contains no archival footage from World War II; it presents the victims, the perpetrators, and the death camps as they are today. 5 videocassettes. (HS+). Color & B/W. (570 min.)
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