“Unspools like a not-so-minor miracle. It’s a work of poetry, power and ruminative grace.” - Ann Hornaday, The Washington Post
"A transfixing film that evokes a vanished world, explores historical memory and ponders film's ability to bring the past to life.” - Fresh Air, NPR
"A snapshot, a memorial, a knotty philosophical detective story, and a devastating account of Nazi atrocities. It’s also an extended rumination on the illusory, entropic nature of the cinematic medium itself." - The Los Angeles Times
"A Holocaust film like no other, Stigter’s non-fiction work speaks volumes, in only 72 minutes, about loss, time, tragedy and remembrance, all of it expressed in grainy color and black-and-white footage whose origins are mundane but whose lasting impact proves extraordinary." - The Daily Beast
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