Hey Lovelies, 

Over the past few weeks I have been speaking with a team who contacted me about reviewing their film, ‘Three Days in Auschwitz’, lovelies. Unknown to me before I was asked, I quickly looked up what the film was about and wanted to instantly know more. 

Inspired by the directors own family story, the film was a passion project for him, as singer Eric Clapton joined him to tell an unforgettable story that will have you smiling and crying as the incredible people involved tell their remarkable stories. 

Director Phillipe Mora has managed to make a film that shows all sides of a place that has horrible memories involved through the people involved. There is a truth within it that hasn’t been touched on before and with the added soundtrack by Clapton it makes for some heart wrenching moments. 

His film also touches on some of the interesting aspects that many filmmakers don’t share when it comes to producing the final project. The open honesty about the worries on making a film with such a touching subject were refreshing and as a viewer you can see that Mora wants to make a film that people will learn from and appreciate as well. 

The film also touches on interesting aspects of places around the world that other films have not touched upon or documentaries before it for that matter. It will make viewers appreciate or hate them in a new way and that is an interesting element. 

Overall however the film is a clever and diverse film with a hard hitting topic that is displayed in a delicate and truthful manner that all should be proud of. Especially Mora and Clapton who have put their work together and made something incredible. 

And that is why I am giving it…

5 Stars

Blog Soon, 
Joey X

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