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This film doesn't go in depth, and you are left wanting to know a lot more on the Holocaust.

Give Shoah a viewing instead, you'll be glad you did.

That film goes in depth about the crimes committed by the Nazis and it's told in a brilliant, subtle way that it stays with you long after you've seen it.

But this film on the other is a film to avoid and it not worth seeing because you'll never get the full story of the Holocaust out of such a thinly layered movie.

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This demographic already spends a lot of money on video games and horror/sci-fi/action films, so their opinions and prejudices are valued and esteemed by the mainstream media in exchange for their prior expenditures.

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