Friday, June 15, 2012

In Darkness Blu-Ray Review

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In Darkness Blu-Ray Review

Synopsis: It is 1943, the Polish town of Lvov is occupied by the Nazis. One day a sewer maintenance worker named Leopold Socha encounters a group of Jewish refugees - and hides them for money in the labyrinth of the town's sewers. At first only interested in lucrative business, the whole thing reaches more and more Socha's conscience. The Polish small-town crook makes up his mind and finally risks his own life for the refugees.

Review: You know, they make a lot of movies centered around the horrific events of WWII, but In Darkness is a fantastic new twist on survival and conscience.  This is a tale of Jewish citizens hiding in the tunnels under the city to stay alive.  This film isn't a hazing over of the can be graphic and its definately heavy.  You get a feeling of what Poland may have been like during the Nazi occupation and the terror that the Jewish citizens may have felt.  This one is excellently made and should be seen by all, so we never forget.

Interest Range: Drama

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