Informative yet shocking drama-documentary

Auschwitz review

In the same year he releases sequels to stinkers Blood Rayne and In The Name Of The King, schlockmeister Uwe Boll takes it upon himself to educate the world about the Holocaust.

Top ‘n’ tailed by Boll discussing his aims to camera, this bizarre 68-minute sorta-documentary involves interviews with ‘clueless’ German teens (who in reality are taught about WW2), gas-chamber recreations (banally effective) and real footage from the death camps.

Well intentioned but futilely misjudged. Watch an hour of Shoah instead.

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