Son of Saul Synopsis
During World War II, a Jewish worker (Géza Röhrig) at the Auschwitz concentration camp tries to find a rabbi to give a child a proper burial.
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Movie Reviews

Quite a movie! Would remember it for a long time.

By rachelioren
Really emotional movie, rare script. A must watch!...

Very powerful experience

By djs55
This is truly an extraordinary film that brings you into the experience of hell on earth-- the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp. It does so through a very powerful technique of keeping the...

Waste of time

By Jrscorpina
My husband & I went out and we were very enthus to see this movie but it was awful. It was filmed in such a manner that made me dizzy and nauseous!!! The script makes u want to see more but the film...

Son of Saul

By jge31
One of the worst movies I have ever seen. Same opinion from the other 3 people I was with. No only was the material weak - the photography was very amateurish!...

Son of Saul

By jeffrey857
The unfocused cinematography transmitted the numbness and isolation of the principal characters. We watch Saul descend into madness, as he turns inward to avoid human contact with the victims. Even...

Interesting experiment ultimately fails.

By rxashman
I'll keep this short. I found the director's shooting style robs the film of its full potential. I found myself anxious and wanted the camera to pan out and give me some frame of reference. The...

Son of Saul

By rlandauh
Interest way to film a movie. Very strong content exposed in a different way than we are used to but very good. The only thing that bothered me is if it was possible a man could have sacrified so...

Can't say we liked it!

By sbt427n
First of all, there were many passages where it was just blatantly tooooooo loud. May be they wanted to exhibit that it's actual footage recorded in the camp, or at least they tried to simulate the...


By iherzensgut

Unforgettable film!

By sailingsam
Beautifully directed and so unforgettable!...

More Info

Rated R | For Disturbing Violent Content and Some Graphic Nudity.
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Powerful WWII concentration camp film is horrific, violent.
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