Alfred Hitchcock was a master of cinematic horror, but the revered director made one film that disturbed even himself – a documentary about the Nazi war atrocities discovered after the British liberated the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in 1945. Hitch wasn’t on location for that one, but was tasked with taking footage shot in the aftermath of camp liberations and turning it into a documentary –… Continue reading Now You Can Watch Alfred Hitchcock's Unseen Holocaust Documentary, 'Memory of the Camps'
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