Series that marked the 60th anniversary Auschwitz's liberation, telling the concentration camp's story through interviews with former inmates and guards and dramatic re-enactments.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution - Fratres - Netflix
Fratres (Brothers) is a composition by the Estonian composer Arvo Pärt exemplifying his tintinnabuli style of composition. It is three-part music, written in 1977, without fixed instrumentation and has been described as a “mesmerising set of variations on a six-bar theme combining frantic activity and sublime stillness that encapsulates Pärt’s observation that ‘the instant and eternity are struggling within us’.”
Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution - In film - Netflix
1987 film Rachel River 1996 film Mother Night performed by Tasmin Little (violin) and Martin Roscoe (piano) 1997 German film Winter Sleepers 2005 six-part BBC documentary Auschwitz: The Nazis and the ‘Final Solution’ produced by Laurence Rees, used the composition performed in 1997 by the Hungarian State Opera Orchestra, conducted by Tamás Benedek 2006 film La Morte Rouge directed by Victor Erice 2007 film There Will Be Blood directed by Paul Thomas Anderson 2013 film To the Wonder directed by Terrence Malick 2013 film The Place Beyond the Pines directed by Derek Cianfrance 2013 teaser trailer for the film A Single Shot, starring Sam Rockwell 2013 film Violette directed by Martin Provost 2015 film El Club directed by Pablo Larraín 2017 documentary film Mountain directed by Jennifer Peedom
Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution - References - Netflix