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The Auschwitz Report

Released Sep 24, 2021 1h 34m Drama History List
100% Tomatometer 19 Reviews
This is the true story of Freddy and Walter -- two young Slovak Jews, who were deported to Auschwitz in 1942. On 10 April 1944, after meticulous planning and with the help and the resilience of their inmates, they manage to escape. While the inmates, they had left behind, courageously stand their ground against the Nazi officers, the two men are driven on by the hope that their evidence could save lives. Emaciated and hurt, they make their way through the mountains back to Slovakia. With the help of chance encounters, they finally manage to cross the border and meet the resistance and The Red Cross. They compile a detailed report about the systematic genocide at the camp. However, with Nazi propaganda and international liaisons still in place, their account seems to be too harrowing to believe. Read More Read Less
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Steve Pond TheWrap In a way, this is a side of the Holocaust we rarely see on screen: the reluctance of Western bureaucracy to accept a truth that they can barely comprehend. Sep 24, 2021 Full Review Gary Goldstein Los Angeles Times Tells yet another true-life Holocaust-era tale of courage and daring with harrowing and deeply affecting results. Sep 24, 2021 Full Review Scott Tobias Variety The film is a powerful reminder never to underestimate the historical evils that have been, and could again be, unleashed. Sep 22, 2021 Full Review Keith Garlington Keith & the Movies You can’t help but wonder about some of the details that are left behind as the narrative progresses. But at the same time, the film keeps you glued to its story – one that highlights the very best of human nature and the absolute worst. Rated: 4/5 Aug 17, 2022 Full Review Stephen Dalton The Film Verdict A gripping true story of high-stakes Holocaust heroism. Oct 14, 2021 Full Review Roger Moore Movie Nation The film's narrow focus is both a strength and a shortcoming Rated: 2.5/4 Oct 6, 2021 Full Review Read all reviews
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Synopsis This is the true story of Freddy and Walter -- two young Slovak Jews, who were deported to Auschwitz in 1942. On 10 April 1944, after meticulous planning and with the help and the resilience of their inmates, they manage to escape. While the inmates, they had left behind, courageously stand their ground against the Nazi officers, the two men are driven on by the hope that their evidence could save lives. Emaciated and hurt, they make their way through the mountains back to Slovakia. With the help of chance encounters, they finally manage to cross the border and meet the resistance and The Red Cross. They compile a detailed report about the systematic genocide at the camp. However, with Nazi propaganda and international liaisons still in place, their account seems to be too harrowing to believe.
Director
Peter Bebjak
Screenwriter
Peter Bebjak, Tomás Bombík, Jozef Pastéka
Distributor
Samuel Goldwyn Films
Genre
Drama, History
Original Language
Slovak
Release Date (Theaters)
Sep 24, 2021, Limited
Release Date (Streaming)
Sep 24, 2021
Runtime
1h 34m
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