"FOUR out of FOUR STARS. The Labyrinth is the most powerful film I've seen this year. Shocking, mesmerizing, unforgettable!"
-- Todd David Schwartz, CurveWire
“The Labyrinth is a haunting story, a ‘must see’ for people of all faiths"
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Subjects: Documentary, Holocaust, Art, War
Marian Kolodziej, former Auschwitz Concentration Camp prisoner number 432, was on one of the first transports to enter Auschwitz. After 50 years of silence, he begins to recount his horrific memories with graphic pen and ink drawings, a collection called "The Labyrinth." In this haunting documentary, viewers receive a guided tour of Kolodziej's drawings and the experiences that inspired them.
A unique testimony from a Polish Catholic holocaust survivor and artist, who has used his drawings to portray the horrors of Auschwitz and the world today, and whose body of work provides a testament to suffering and ‘man’s inhumanity to man.’