Ute Adamczewski memory of the Sachsenburg concentration camp – Wissenschaft.de

“The memory of mankind for suffering is astonishingly short. Your imagination for future ailments is almost even less. ”This quote from Bertolt Brecht is the motto of the multi-award-winning documentary by Ute Adamczewski. She would like to remind you that the National Socialists’ system of violence did not take place in society, but with the help of many. The film is dedicated to the Sachsenburg concentration camp near Frankenberg, one of the often forgotten early camps in which opposition members were interned between 1933 and 1937. While the images of streets or houses remain in the present, the film narration impressively reconstructs the historical one using archive material
Happened and traumatic experiences.

Rezension: Dr. Heike Talkenberger

Ute Adamczewski
State and terrain
Grandfilm / absolut MEDIEN, Fridolfing 2021, DVD, running time 119 minutes, € 9.90


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