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Rumbula's Echo (2014) Movie



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Overview

Language
English - (interviews)

Country
(Hollywood) USA

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Production Company
Luminescence Media Group NFP [us]

Production Designer

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Release Date
(USA) - 4 July 2014

Running Time
100 (approx.)

Tagline
How a huge massacre of the Holocaust changed a family, a country and our world today.

Keywords
holocaust, latvia, liepaja-latvia, riga,

Technical Support
CAM:Panasonic Varicam - (24p)
PCS:AVC-Intra/P2 1920x1080 HD - (1080p/24)
RAT:16:9 HD - (original ratio)



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Genres

  1. Documentary

Full Plot

A father's genealogy search for his newborn's namesake brings him to the early 20th century lives and terrible mid-century fate of Latvian Jews trapped in the country during WWII. Nearly all were murdered. Nearly a third, 25,000 were killed in two days in close-range assembly-line executions at Rumbula near Riga. It was one of the largest massacres of the Holocaust. Viewers see what occurred as it is described by survivors who narrowly escaped, perpetrators who did the killing and bystanders who observed it. Amid the tale of terror and death emerge uplifting and unexpected stories of rescue, reunion and survival. Anonymous Plot not found

Total Business

BT: USD 600,000

Cinematographers

  1. Lubitsch, Sid

Shooting/Filming Locations

  1. Burlingame, California, USA - (interview)
  2. Sztutowo, Pomorskie, Poland - (exteriors of Stutthof concentration camp)
  3. Liepaja, Latvia - (interviews)
  4. Daugavpils, Latvia - (interview, interiors of synagogue)
  5. Rishon LeZion, Israel - (interviews)
  6. Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - (interview)
  7. New York, NY, USA - (interview)
  8. Glenview, Illinois, USA - (interview)
  9. Riga, Latvia - (interviews, exteriors of street scenes and mass murder site, interiors of Jewish community activities)
  10. Gdansk, Pomorskie, Poland - (interiors of former Russian hospital)

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