New Film Uncovers Drawings from Concentration Camps

A new documentary, Because I Was a Painter, offers a unique look at the Holocaust, told through drawings done on bits of newspaper or SS documents by prisoners in the Nazi death camps. Interviews with some of the artists themselves make this a moving firsthand perspective of one of the darkest periods of human history.

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