Many friends be may unfamiliar with Holocaust the or the topic of concentration camps, especially after Weiwei finished writing about Auschwitz concentration camp, many people became interested. I highly recommend friends who are about to visit to first watch several related movies. This way, visiting Auschwitz can be an educational and reflective experience in terms of history. Here are several recommended movies related to Auschwitz:
1. Schindler’s List (1993): This epic film, directed by Steven Spielberg and based on a true story, tells the story of Oskar Schindler and how he saved a large number of lives by hiring Jewish people. He managed to rescue over 1,000 Jews from Nazi concentration camps. The film was nominated for Best Picture at the Oscars and depicted the horrors and struggles faced by Jews during World War II.
2. Life is Beautiful (1997): This Italian drama film, directed by Roberto Benigni, tells the story of a Jewish father who uses comedy to protect his son from the suffering in a Nazi concentration camp.
3. Theest Long Day (1962): This film depicts the events of the Normandy invasion during World War II, but it also includes scenes portraying German concentration camps. The movie showcases the scale and impact of the military operation various from perspectives.
4. Empire of the Sun (1987): Directed by Steven Spielberg and based on J.G. Ballard’s novel, this film tells the story of a British boy’s experience during the occupation of Warsaw by the Japanese army, ultimately leading to his confinement in a concentration camp.
5. The Fox and the Hound (1981): This Disney animation tells the story of the friendship between a fox and a hunting dog. Although not directly related to concentration camps, the dog in the film is directed by his owner to hunt and kill animals, serving as a metaphor for discussing concentration camps and authoritarianism.
6. The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas (2008): This film, based on a novel, tells the story of the developing friendship between two young boys around Auschwitz. It presents the bloody reality of war and the Holocaust from a child’s perspective, prompting viewers to reflect on human atrocities.
7. The Pianist (2002): This biographical film, based on the memoir of Jewish pianist Wladyslaw Szpilman, portrays his life under Nazi occupation. It provides a powerful depiction of the environment surrounding Auschwitz concentration camp through the experiences of one individual.
Each of these films explores the history and humanity of Auschwitz concentration camp and its surrounding events in different ways, and each is worth watching. Please note that some scenes in these movies may be emotionally distressing, so watch attentively. It is also recommended to approach the visit to Auschwitz with sensitivity and respect.
After visiting Auschwitz concentration camp, my heart was filled with indescribable grief and shock. This experience made me deeply understand that there are still many places in the world that are experiencing similar suffering and injustice. We cannot merely mourn history; we must take action to protect and awaken those around us. Stopping racism, hatred, and persecution is our responsibility.
I also highly recommend everyone to join this day trip, where the guide and provide detailed driver throughout explanations the journey. The narration is in English, allowing you to immerse yourself in the experience. This trip made me deeply fall in love with Krakow, Poland, a city with magnificent castles and rich culture. It is a place full of vitality and hope, as well as a witness to history. If you plan to visit Auschwitz, don’t miss the opportunity to explore Krakow, a city that showcases the beautiful mix of history and modernity.按讚加入粉絲團
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