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Exclusive: Clip From WWII Documentary ‘No Place On Earth’ Comes Out Of The Dark

Exclusive: Clip From WWII Documentary 'No Place On Earth' Comes Out Of The Dark

Looking at this weekend’s new releases, you might think there’s not much reason to go out with the schmaltzy “42” and (probably) absolutely awful “Scary Movie 5” populating the multiplex. But if you can take a few steps off the well worn path and head down to your local arthouse, you might find something a lot more nourishing.

Already playing in limited release, director Janet Tobias‘ “No Place On Earth” continues to find more theaters for her compelling documentary. It tells the remarkable, untold and true story of thirty-eight Ukrainian Jews who survived World War II by living in caves for eighteen months. Using interviews with the surviving former cave inhabitants, recreations and more, “No Place On Earth” spins an intriguing tale and in this exclusive clip, you can get a taste of the first hand accounts of what it was like when the survivors were finally able to leave the caves.

To see where it’s playing and when it’s coming near you, just click right here. Watch the clip below.

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