László Nemes co-writes and directs this award-winning Hungarian drama.
Set in 1944, the story follows Auschwitz prisoner Saul Ausländer (Géza Röhrig) who is forced to work with a Sonderkommando unit, burning the bodies of fellow Jews in the camp's crematorium.
When Saul finds the body of a young boy he believes to be his son he risks everything to try and save him from being cremated and vows to give him a proper burial.
The movie won the Golden Globe and the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film as well as the BAFTA for Best Film Not in the English Language.
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