Night And Fog

One of the most vivid depictions of the horrors of Nazi Concentration Camps. Filmed in 1955 at several concentration camps in Poland, the film combines new color and black and white footage with black and white newsreels, footage shot by the victorious allies, and stills, to tell the story not only of the camps, but to portray the horror of man’s brutal inhumanity.

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  • z

    1955???? you idiots!!!!

    • Soozilla

      Have you watched the film? It is bone-chilling, to say the least. You owe it to yourself to watch it, especially in light of what is happening at this moment in American history. Never again.

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  • Everett

    Dear “z” — had you verified the date of this documentary, you would have found 1955 is the year it was produced.

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  • goth1856

    if there is a must see film BEFORE graduating high school, this is the one. it should be REQUIRED viewing before one can get their diploma.

  • Stuart Piles

    Most Horrific Movie Ever Made

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  • Soozilla

    I just watched this tonight on TCM. What a chilling account of the camps. It should be required viewing for every American citizen at this troubling time in American history. They walk among us, and we must cry out, “Never again!”

  • dlsparks

    I’m an old lady now, and I lost my father on D-day, fighting to stop this.. I have never been so proud of him, as I am now. I understand what he fought to end.