Just when you thought you’d seen the horror of the Holocaust from every perspective, this somber but ultimately uplifting true story of survival takes you to a whole new place—literally underground.
Distributor: MAGNOLIA Running Time: 84 mins. Color: Color Production: A Magnolia Pictures and History Films presentation of a Sierra/Tango production, with Bayerischer Rundfunk, Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk and Telepool GMBH, in association with A List Films, Unanico Group, Delirio Films, Peter Lane Taylor and Deron Triff. Genre: Documentary Film Width: 1.85 Sound: Dolby Digital (AC-3)
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