- Running time75 minutes
- DirectorAndre Singer
With support from co-producer Stephen Frears, director Andre Singer (THE ACT OF KILLING’s executive producer) has used painstakingly restored and previously banned film to piece together a riveting, sobering account of the horrors witnessed by Allied troops as they liberated Nazi concentration camps.
The project was masterminded by Sidney Bernstein of the Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force (and who later founded Granada TV), with assistance from Alfred Hitchcock, distinguished editor Stewart McAllister, and other media luminaries.
Singer chronicles the filmmakers’ personal involvement, as well as contemporary reactions to the original footage – which the government of the day deemed too shocking for public consumption, but which now at last can be judged on its merits as a terrible warning against the consequences of unchallenged dictatorship and fascism.
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