The moving 1944 Hollywood film, "None Shall Escape," which played two years at Cinecon and screens at the TCM Film Festival this Friday, is a powerful look at the Holocaust and War Tribunal Courts post World War II. The film was the first to deal with these topics in a thoughtful but graphic way, but saw disturbances at theatres where hooligans clapped and laughed at violence against Jews and lost money at the box office. Sadly more need to see the film in a world where Neo-Nazism in on the rise and more than 50% of young people have never heard of the Holocaust.
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