«Genocide (1982)»

Genocide (1982)

Release Date: 1982
Genres: Documentary / History /
Country: USA   
Cast: Elizabeth Taylor ( Narrator (voice) ), Orson Welles ( Narrator (voice) ), Simon Wiesenthal ( Himself ), Neville Chamberlain ( Himself (archive footage) ), Winston Churchill ( Himself (archive footage) ), Dwight D. Eisenhower ( Himself (archive footage) ), Josef Goebbels ( Himself (archive footage) ), Hermann Göring ( Himself - at Nuremberg Trials (archive footage) ), Rudolf Hess ( Himself (archive footage) ), Heinrich Himmler ( Himself (archive footage) ), Adolf Hitler ( Himself (archive footage) ), Ralph Metcalfe ( Himself - in 100m Final at the 1936 Olympics (archive footage) ), Martinus Osendarp ( Himself - in 100m Final at the 1936 Olympics (archive footage) ), Jesse Owens ( Himself (archive footage) ), Pope Pius XII ( Himself (archive footage) (as The Pope) ), Franklin Delano Roosevelt ( Himself (archive footage) ), Joachim von Ribbentrop ( Himself - at Nuremberg Trials (archive footage) ), Elizabeth Taylor ( Narrator(voice) ), Orson Welles ( Narrator(voice) ), Neville Chamberlain ( Himself(archive footage) ), Winston Churchill ( Himself(archive footage) ), Dwight D. Eisenhower ( Himself(archive footage) ), Josef Goebbels ( Himself(archive footage) ), Hermann G ( Himself - at Nuremberg Trials(archive footage) ), Rudolf Hess ( Himself(archive footage) ), Heinrich Himmler ( Himself(archive footage) ), Adolf Hitler ( Himself(archive footage) ), Ralph Metcalfe ( Himself - in 100m Final at the 1936 Olympics(archive footage) ), Martinus Osendarp ( Himself - in 100m Final at the 1936 Olympics(archive footage) ), Jesse Owens ( Himself(archive footage) ), Pope Pius XII ( Himself(archive footage)(as The Pope) ),
Rating: 6.8
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Storyline

A chilling, heartbreaking testament to the strength and suffering of the Jewish people and the courage and heroism of those who came to their aid. With beautiful narration by Orson Welles and Elizabeth Taylor the film begins by providing a look at the flourishing Jewish community in pre-war Europe and then traces their grim trajectory through the ghettos, camps, and prisons of the Nazi regime, introducing the lost victims and brave heroes along the way.

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