In the Nazi concentration camp Terezin, imprisoned conductor Rafael Schächter led his fellow inmates to fight back with art and music, including a performance of one of the world's most difficult and powerful choral works, Verdi's Requiem, re-imagined as a condemnation of the Nazis. The film also tells the story of conductor Murry Sidlin, who decades later brought the Requiem back to Terezin in tribute.
USA, 2015, 85 minutes, color, English. Director: Doug Shultz.
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