It's an awful irony: The closer one gets to grasping the magnitude of what occurred at Auschwitz, Treblinka and other Nazi concentration camps, the less conceivable it becomes. It's also a dangerous one: That very inconceivability abets Holocaust deniers, making
organizations like Steven Spielberg's Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation (which has to date recorded and archived over 50,000 eyewitness accounts of the Holocaust) ever more essential. Shot on 35mm and featuring a chilling score by Oscar-winning composer Hans Zimmer (THE LION KING),
James Moll's beautifully crafted documentary, which the Foundation produced, focuses on the stories of five Hung...