A masterful rendition of human splendor and frailties, all exacerbated when history is made of war and absurd, criminal goals. Somehow it registers in a older literary/artistic past, if we relate it to the Paris sewers in V) Hugo's "Les Miserables" and newer with Lelouche's film of the 1990s "Les Miserables". Mr. Socha and "his Jews" were a slice of human goodness and survival.
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