Swimming In Auschwitz
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What Critics Are Saying About After Auschwitz:
"A tale of resourcefulness and resilience, as the often-overlooked female perspective on the Shoah gets its due."
- Los Angeles Times
"Instead of the grand horror of the Holocaust (or the "big suffering," as one woman calls it), Swimming in Auschwitz depicts individuals who "maintained some semblance of life" amid the mass dehumanization that surrounded them."
- L.A. Weekly
"a fascinating chronicle of six women of different backgrounds who were deported to the notorious camp."
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Academic Courses & Areas of Study:
World War 2
American Studies Titles
Six Jewish women, from different countries and different backgrounds, found themselves deported to the notorious concentration camp, Auschwitz-Birkenau, at the height of World War II.
This extraordinary film chronicles their lives, including a defiant swim in the guards' pool. Try as they might, Adolph Hitler's Nazis could not kill the spirit that lived within these and other Holocaust survivors.
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