Scene from the film Memory of K. Z. (Phototherapy No. 1)
Scene from the film Memory of K. Z. (Phototherapy No. 1)
Scene from the film Memory of K. Z. (Phototherapy No. 1)
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Memory of K. Z. (Phototherapy No. 1)

  • Hungary
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portraits - anonymous women - selected by Mengele - is the story fake? - images of concentration camp prisoners - newly stage photographs an imperative diary - identity (face) in a hell on earth - a prisoner turned into an object of abuse - journal of Jewish doctor Miklós Nyiszli, assistant to Mengele - shedding light on life in concentration camps; horrors, suffering, loss

Photographic and filmic portraits of women with engaged and disengaged expressions, forced smiles, nodding, evasive; the film's description gives a source for the photographs, but their authenticity is uncertain.

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