Flawlessly directed...powerful without being preachy. --SF Indiefest
Emotional yet straightforward, it leaves you not with a sense of grief for what happened, but with a sense of hope in humanity. --OnMilwaukee.com
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It is a film about randomness and violence and the honest divide between event and comprehension. It is a unique and refreshingly "unsatisfying" mapping of the hurt and the destruction a random act of terror causes.
This is another reminder that we simply cannot allow the revisionist history of Nazi aplogists and their atrocities to fade away, because it still has consequences decades later on how we view and treat people who do not fit the standard mold. I congratulate the filmakers for keeping prejudice and intolerance in the consciousness of the new generations coming after us.
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It is incredibly easy to praise a documentary based entirely on the subject matter or story it covers, and it is done far too often. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Anonymity
Highly recommended... for insomniacs. How a film could be this dull with such compelling subject matter is quite a feat. Read morePublished on June 17, 2010 by TelegramSam