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The director of the big story is Peter Bebjak.
BRATISLAVA. They left the concentration camp and wrote a report. A movie about two young Slovak Jews, who managed to escape from the concentration camp Osvienčim, will soon enter Slovak cinemas.
The picture report is an adaptation of the book What Dante not so from Alfred Wetzer. Originally published in 1964 as a fictional author's report and co-author Walter Rosenberg.
The first flap fell the last few days. Peter Bebjak took over
"This film is an extraordinary subject for us and I am convinced that it is important not to forget the horrors that have happened in Auschwitz and not to forget all the things that seem to be of some kind, not inhuman, says producer Rasťo Šesták from DNA Production.
They saved thousands of other lives
The acting cast consists of Polish, German, as well as Czech or Luxembourg actors. The main tasks are Noel Czuczor (Freddy) and Peter Ondrejička (Valér).
On April 7, 1944, Alfred Wetzler and Walter Rosenberg hid in a place of three. Three days later, as they flee after escaping the prisoners, they went out of bed at night and crossed the Slovak border through the birch forest.
They went to Zilina for more than 10 days to go. Between 25 and 28 April, they condemned the so-called "Jewish Labor Council on what is happening in Auschwitz. They received fake documents on the names of Jozef Lánik and Rudolf Vrba, who later used them as literary pseudonyms.
The Wetzer and Vrba administration is a 32-page overview of this testimony, translated into other languages, and delivered to the authorities in the West to prevent further deportations of the Jews. It also included sketches of Osvienci and Brzezin, the crematorium or the gas chamber.
You can read the views from Wetzer and Vrba News on the ÚPN page.
Actors across the border
Since the two men's luck story is extremely strong, the film is also expected to be overseas. It has also appeared in production, with several foreign actors who are filming with director Peter Bebjak.
Wojciech Mecwaldovsky (Kozlowski) will also be able to see Slovak spectators from the Second Chance series and Správná Agata. Jacek Beller (Herzek) and Kamil Nozynski (Juzek) performed this year in the HBO series Blinded by the Lights, and Aleksander Mincer, who appeared in several Italian productions, also appeared in the famous movie The Passion of Christ (2004).
Three of the German actors Christopher Bach, Lars Rudolph and Florian Panzner will be known especially by fans of crime scene crime.
Drawing of Osvienči and Brzezinka from Wetzler and Vrba Administration. (source: ÚPN)