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Memories on the road to Auschwitz| 1hr : 16mins
Director: Danilo Monte | Producer: Laura D'Amore
Focus Years: 2015 | Country: Italy
Subject Tags: conflict, ego, europe, identity, italy, psychology, relationships, society
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
Synopsis:
Monte Danilo: "My brother is a big fan of history. He’s especially interested in the Second World War. It’s now been some years that we've talked, never deeply. His life? Drugs, rehabs, prison, movies and books." One day I can’t endure any more and I say "For your 30th birthday, I'm taking you to Auschwitz. It will be a slow journey, by train, to start talking again ... and I'll film it all." During the travel we laugh, scream and cry, but mostly we talk ... and eventually we get there. Auschwitz becomes the destination of a journey back in time, punctuated by old footage of the family. In the place of the anti-humanity, we can touch our deepest and truest humanity.
Memories on the road to Auschwitz | 1hr : 16mins

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