Night and Fog

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Mitul

This, along with Lanzmann's Shoah (which I hope is soon available on Kanopy), is essential viewing.

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Minami

Thank you very much for your comment. We are currently looking into obtaining Shoah. We hope to make it available on Kanopy soon!

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June

Poweful! Essential viewing for anyone wanting or needing to bear witness.

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Amazing, and brutal.

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