In 1945, overseen by Alfred Hitchcock, a crack team of British film-makers went to Germany to document the full horror of the concentration camps. Despite being hailed as a masterpiece, the film was never released. Now, after 70 years, the full story of its creation and suppression is being told
The Pianist #movie This is the true story of Jewish pianist Wladyslaw Szpilman. Set in Poland, it runs through a number of ridiculous edicts tossed out by the Nazis. It depicts the relocation of Jewish families into the ghettos. It shows the walls closing in a little more every day, until finally there is nothing left. Szpilman's survival was a miracle.