Monday's Media Review:
A beautiful documentary.
Set in a middle school in a small town in rural Tennessee, this film details an extraordinary experiment in Holocaust education. As they struggle to comprehend the idea of six million victims, the eighth grade students at Whitwell Middle School decide to collect six million paper clips to help them grasp the terrible vastness of the tragedy. The film details not only how the students collected millions upon millions of paper clips, but shows how they met Holocaust survivors from around the world.
You will be transformed as you watch the project change not only the students, but the entire town of Whitwell, Tennessee.
We give this one 5 Stars!!
Original Release Date: 2004
Length: 82 minutes
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