Release date13 February 2011 (2011-02-13) Initial releaseFebruary 13, 2011 (Berlin) CastSteffen Mennekes, Nik Goldman, Arved Birnbaum, Alexis Wawerka (Oven Prisoner), Maximilian Gartner (Young Boy), Harold Levy (Dentist Prisoner) Similar moviesLife Is Beautiful, Inglourious Basterds, The Pianist, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Schindler's List, The Boy in the Striped Pajamas
TaglineThe most harrowing portrayal of the ultimate crime against humanity.
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Auschwitz is a 2011 German drama film directed by Uwe Boll.
The film attempts to depict the harsh reality of the process inside the Auschwitz concentration camp by using brutal imagery. Book-ended by documentary footage as well as interviews with German teenagers about what they know about the Holocaust, Boll's intention is to show viewers just how depraved and sadistic life in the camp was.
Steffen Mennekes - SS Guard
Arved Birnbaum - SS Camp Commander
Nik Goldman - Prisoner
Alexis Wawerka - Oven prisoner
Maximilian Gärtner - Young Boy
Harold Levy as Dentist prisoner
Uwe Boll as Nazi officer outside gas chamber
Boll shot the film in 2010 from February to March in Zagreb, Croatia. Auschwitz was filmed on the set of BloodRayne: The Third Reich.
The film premiered on 13 February 2011 in Berlin. A number of critics boycotted the release "for being 'too gruesome'".
Boll also filed a lawsuit against the Berlin International Film Festival (the Berlinale) in 2011 as he objected to paying the €125 entry fee, stating "I don't believe the Berlinale handles all films fairly. Kosslick has his deals with the major studios and invites his old pals from the Filmstiftung days. There isn't fair competition".