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    The Grey Zone

    Based on actual events, the film tells gripping true story of a group of Jewish prisoners who conspire to destroy the crematoriums at Auschwitz, all the while appearing to be Nazi collaborators.
    Duration: 108 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2001
    IMDb: 7.0
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  • Actors of "The Grey Zone"

  • Characters of "The Grey Zone"

    Dr. Miklos Nyiszli. Character of The Grey Zone
    Played by: Allan Corduner
    SS-Oberscharfuhrer Eric Muhsfeldt. Character of The Grey Zone
    Played by: Harvey Keitel
    Josef Mengele. Character of The Grey Zone
    Played by: Henry Stram
  • Directors of "The Grey Zone"

    Tim Blake Nelson. Director of The Grey Zone
    Tim Blake Nelson
    Birthdate: 11 May 1964, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA
  • Creators of "The Grey Zone"

    Miklos Nyiszli. Director of The Grey Zone
    Miklos Nyiszli
    Birthdate: 17 June 1901, SzilĆ”gysomlyĆ³, Austria-Hungary [now Simleu Silvaniei, Romania]
    Tim Blake Nelson. Director of The Grey Zone
    Tim Blake Nelson
    Birthdate: 11 May 1964, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "The Grey Zone"

    Houston Chronicle
    November 15, 2002

    Even in its darkest moments, a heartening defiance underlies gut-wrenching calamity.

    Denver Rocky Mountain News
    November 08, 2002

    The Grey Zone isn't for everyone, but its riveting power constitutes a stunning (as in it leaves you shattered and shaken) achievement.

    Philadelphia Inquirer
    November 07, 2002

    [Nelson's] movie about morally compromised figures leaves viewers feeling compromised, unable to find their way out of the fog and the ashes.

    Atlanta Journal-Constitution
    November 07, 2002

    Like the Ancient Mariner, Nelson grabs us by the collar and says, You must know about this. You must bear witness. And so you do.

    Washington Post
    October 25, 2002

    Jagged, unrelenting, claustrophobically intimate.

    Toronto Star
    October 25, 2002

    Although the movie takes us further into the actual process of industrial death at Auschwitz than any American movie has yet dared, The Grey Zone never stoops to sensation or melodrama.

    Cinema Crazed
    April 29, 2009

    This is a masterpiece and yet another chapter of the dark period called: "The Holocaust."
    January 02, 2009

    So many incredibly raw, wrenching--and, crucially, unsparingly unsentimental--scenes and moments that it's impossible to not be haunted by the film.

    Film Scouts
    June 21, 2007

    It unsuccessfully tries to bridge the gap between pathos and establishing a sense of realism, coming across as forced. Overweight prisoners and Harvey Keitel's German accent distract from the mood of the film.

    Cinema em Cena
    July 25, 2003

    Filme trĆ”gico, complexo, difĆ­cil - e que pode ser assistido em sessĆ£o dupla com O Pianista.
    June 19, 2003

    They are dark, thoroughly uncompromising works of a filmmaker completely fearless to take an audience into dank recesses of the human condition.

    Creative Loafing
    May 13, 2003

    Roman Polanski's The Pianist may have been showered with Oscar glory ... but the best Holocaust film of 2002 was actually The Grey Zone.

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