This unique and devastating look at the Holocaust is drawn from the autobiographical novel of 2002 Nobel Prize winner Imre Kertesz. show more
Accomplishes the near impossible, bringing a fresh perspective to a horrific subject. show more
The film's power also lies in the honesty of its observation. Though Gyuri survives unfathomable horrors, he can't forget them and, in the end, doesn't want to. They're the only history he has. show more
April 23, 2010 drarthurwells
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Extremely well made film of raw human drama. A story of a survivor, physically and psychologically.