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Directed by Guillaume Moscovitz
Documentary
 

France

Released: 2005

Hebrew, French, Polish

100 minutes

The horrifically efficient Nazi death camp, Belzec, was in operation for less than one year, but witnessed the murder of at least 600,000 Jews. Once the Soviet counterattacks began, the S.S. eliminated all traces of the camp, and the name Belzec faded from the collective conscience. Conceived of by Executive Producer Claude Lanzman as the last chapter to his epic Shoah, helmer Guillaume Moscovitz has created a chilling account that's as much about remembrance as it is about the past.

 

Belzec

Official Selection

Venice International Film Festival, 2005