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In Darkness

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The movie revolves around Leopold Socha, a sewer worker in Nazi-occupied Lvov, Poland. Initially only interested in his own good, the thief and burglar hides Jewish refugees for 14 months in the sewers, but later he risks his own life to save a dozen people from certain death.
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Onya Magazine
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September 08, 2013

The title says it all, really.
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The Playlist
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March 11, 2014

Holland's film is extraordinarily generous with its characters in ways that take the story beyond being a historical fable of altruism and endurance.
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Minneapolis Star Tribune
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March 09, 2012

The film is a morally challenging examination of the vexed Polish Catholic-Jewish relations of the era and a rich portrait of a man moving almost reluctantly toward righteousness.
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Las Vegas CityLife
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April 21, 2013

The Academy Award-nominated film does not disappoint in terms of performances or presentation, except for its length. A good percentage of its 145 minutes is spent in subterranean near-darkness.
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Seattle Times

March 08, 2012

Based on the true story of Leopold Socha, a Catholic Polish sewer worker who hid a group of Jews over a period of 14 months in the underground tunnels of Lvov.
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Boston Herald
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March 11, 2014

Unique among Holocaust films, Agnieszka Holland's Academy Award-nominated In Darkness is set during World War II in a small town in Poland named Lvov (now a part of the Ukraine).
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Detroit News
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March 16, 2012

Based on a true story, "In Darkness" is obviously tough to watch, especially since Holland's camera is both unforgiving and relentlessly human.
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Maclean's Magazine
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March 11, 2014

Just when you thought you could never watch another drama about surviving the Holocaust, veteran Polish director Agnieszka Holland unearths an astonishing saga from a subterranean past.
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Miami Herald
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March 08, 2012

More than half of In Darkness takes place underground, shrouded in rank, oppressive shadows. But the movie also glows bright with life and hope.
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Sight and Sound
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March 11, 2014

Though the film's factual basis dictates an upbeat ending, much of the journey is appropriately and memorably grim.
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Time Out
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March 13, 2012

It positively clamours for your attention.
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Denver Post

March 02, 2012

The chiseled Furmann gives Mundek a savvy, even moral, brawn. As Paulina, Maria Schrader makes an argument for gentle yet pragmatic maternalism.
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