7 Painfully True Drama Films On Holocaust

Today is the 74th anniversary of the outbreak of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. It is our time to introduce you seven of the best Holocaust movies in film history.

Schindler’s List (1993)

In Steven Spielberg’s masterpiece the true story of Oskar Schindler (Liam Neeson), a German businessman who saved 1,200 Jewish lives, is told.

The Pianist (2002)

An exceptionally talented Jewish musician (Adrian Brody) struggles to survive in the German-occupied Warsaw of the 1940s.

The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas (2008)

The director, Mark Herman, puts a new perspective in the focus: he depicts the friendship between a German commandant’s eight-year-old son and a Jewish little boy.

Sophie’s Choice (1982)

A few years after the Second World War, an American writer spends some time with his new neighbours, Sophie (Meryl Streep) and Nathan (Kevin Kline). The woman survived the hardships of the concentration camps, however, she is unable to move on.

Life Is Beautiful (1997)

In this story about a Jewish family during WWII, the father (Roberto Benigni) tries his best to protect his son from the horror of the concentration camp.

Son of Saul (2015)

Saul’s job is to burn the corpses of the concentration camp. One day he finds his son among the dead bodies, and determines to rescue it from the camp so that a rabbi can bury him.

The Reader (2008)

In post-WWII Germany Michael Berg, a law student (David Kross) re-encounters with his former lover (Kate Winslet) in court while she defends herself in a war-time trial.