No Place on Earth (2012) Rated PG-13

A cave exploration in Ukraine discovers a place where World War II survivors lived. Starring Saul Stermer, Sam Stermer, and Sonia Dodyk.

This is a great documentary that showcases human perseverance. During World War II a group of Jews lived in the caves of Ukraine to survive. Upon the opening of the long-closed caves, cave explorers go down and discover the story of survival that has been hidden for years. The documentary tells the story of what was forgotten down in those caves. While it misses the political context and historical research of how the refugees survived, this film is one that is worth a watch.

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