The Holocaust in Film: Passenger (Pasazerka)
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One of the most unique films about the Holocaust, this 1963 classic is the final project of Polish director Andrzej Munk, who died during its production. Working from the story notes, the film was finished by his assistant director and film editor who could only speculate on what Munk intended. Highly psychological, the film examines the dialogue between the past and the present, the need to forget, and the helplessness of that need against the power of memory.