Project Description

Set against the backdrop of a concentration camp during World War II, the story delves into the moral complexities surrounding the lives of those involved in the camp, including Nazi officers and prisoners. The film explores the absurdity of human behavior in the face of extreme circumstances, touching on themes of love, power, and the consequences of unchecked cruelty.

“The scenario that Glazer creates and the performances of his lead players serve as a portal, challenging viewers to morph from spectators to participants, grappling with the enduring truth that we’re all capable of knowing evil when we see it.”
— Ann Hornaday, Washington Post

Adult – $10.00 | Student – $7.00 | Member – $6.00

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FILM DISCUSSION: Please join Professor Peter Mascuch on Friday, February 9th after the 7:30PM show for a film discussion. Peter Mascuch is a professor of English and Film Studies at St. Joseph’s University.

OSCAR® NOMINATED: (4) Nominations, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best International Feature, and Best Adapted Screenplay.

The Plaza Cinema & Media Arts Center is located at 20 Terry Street (one block South of Main Street) in Patchogue, NY 11772 call (631) 438-0083 for more details.