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Feb 22, 2012
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Movie Review: In Darkness
Grade: A
It is 1945 and the Nazi regime has murdered six million Poles since its initial occupation six years prior. The strong winter sun brightly illuminates the devastated landscape of Lvov, Poland, while beneath the daylight, nine terrified Jews hide in darkness. Kristine Keren is 7 years old, living out the story which would later become the tragic and true feature film “In Darkness.” 
Check out Contributing Writer Ava Bleiberg’s review of the incredibly moving Holocaust movie In Darkness.

Movie Review: In Darkness

Grade: A

It is 1945 and the Nazi regime has murdered six million Poles since its initial occupation six years prior. The strong winter sun brightly illuminates the devastated landscape of Lvov, Poland, while beneath the daylight, nine terrified Jews hide in darkness. Kristine Keren is 7 years old, living out the story which would later become the tragic and true feature film “In Darkness.”

Check out Contributing Writer Ava Bleiberg’s review of the incredibly moving Holocaust movie In Darkness.

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    In Darkness…fucking intense. Definitely one of the better Holocaust movies out there! It’s crazy because my family is...
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