The Auschwitz Report Reviews

  • The Auschwitz Report
    • Genre : Drama,History,War
    • Release Date :
    • MPAA Rating : -
    • Duration : 94 minute(s)
    • Production Budget : -
    • Studio : Dutch FilmWorks
    • Official Site : -
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Movie Reviews

  • the immersive historical drama "The Auschwitz Report," tells yet another true-life Holocaust-era tale of courage and daring with harrowing and deeply affecting results
    by Gary Goldstein [Los Angeles Times ]
  • Peter Bebjak's "The Auschwitz Report" is the remarkable true story; Why this important tale has never been told onscreen before is mystery, but it's powerful filmmaking and the final reel is especially riveting
    Review rate : A by Frank J. Avella [Awards Daily ]
  • it's harrowing but effective; director Peter Bebjak has told an unfamiliar but revealing story in "The Auschwitz Report"; although it can't be described as an entertaining watch, it does retrieve a part of history worth honoring
    by Stephen Farber [The Hollywood Reporter ]
  • inevitably, it is profoundly upsetting and disturbing. Nevertheless, Slovak director Peter Bebjack has managed to make a film that relates this chapter of history in a new way, employing inventive cinematic techniques to present the material
    4 of 5 by Leslie Felperin [The Guardian ]
  • based on the true story, Bebjak's powerful Holocaust drama follows two Auschwitz escapees who tell the world unimaginable truths; The film is a powerful reminder never to underestimate the historical evils that have been, and could again be, unleashed
    by Scott Tobias [Variety ]
  • an intense, visually bold tale of a courageous pair of people who endured the tortures of a concentration camp to escape and become heroes; The two actors do a commendable job throughout, making their characters' determination felt in every scene
    4 of 5 by Swapnil Dhruv Bose [Film Threat ]
  • a deeply effective & intense historical drama; "The Auschwitz Report", directed by Peter Bebjak from a screenplay he co-wrote with Jozef Pasteka and Tomas Bombik, is urgent, effective, and also deeply painful
    3.5 of 5 by Mae Abdulbaki [ScreenRant ]

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