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Our Class Print

A group of schoolchildren, Jewish and Catholic, declate their ambitions: one to be a fireman, one a film star, one a pilot, another a doctor. They are learning the ABC. This is Poland 1925. As the children grow up, their country is torn apart by invading armies, first Soviet and then Nazi. Internal grevances deepen as gervent nationalism develops; friends betray each other; violence escalates. Until these ordinary peoplecarry out an extraordinary monstrous act that darkly resonates this day.
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