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Russian Film on Holocaust to Take Part in Berlin Film Festival
31.08.2015 10:03
Russian Film on Holocaust to Take Part in Berlin Film Festival

Premiere of the Russian film Brute showing the Holocaust through a dog's eyes will take place at the Berlin Film Festival in 2016.

      The film is produced with the support of the Federation of Jewish Communities of Russia.

      Brute tells the story of a German shepherd, who grew up in a Jewish family, but was turned into "the concentration camp's executioner beast" during the war. The film is based on the same-name short story by the Czech writer Ludvik Askenazy. The head of FJCR Alexander Boroda emphasized that the writer himself survived the war and witnessed the events described in his text, and so the film will bear the impress of his personal experience.

      The movie will become the second part of the film almanac The Witnesses, which provides an unusual view on the Holocaust during World War II. The first part of the almanac is the film Little Shoes.

      

       




Author: Vera Ivanova

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