The Grey Zone Directed by Tim Blake Nelson; Starring Harvey Keitel, Steve Buscemi, Mira Sorvino, Lisa Benavides, and David Chandler.
Post-screening discussion with cast members and others to be announced
Ordered to operate the gas chambers, Jewish Sonderkommandos accepted gristly duty for several extra months of life.
Tim Blake Nelson's screen adaptation of his play, The Grey Zone, depicts their attempt at rebellion, nearly thwarted when several men attempt to save one child. Featuring stellar performances from an all-star cast, this film examines the moral ground between evil and compassion, right and wrong.
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