Escape from Sobibor
1942 Sobibor built with 2 other death camps
War - WWII
Nazi - Germany (in Poland)
Characters and actors
Leon Feldhendler - Alan Arkin
Luka - Jaonna Pacula
Alexander "Sasha" Peckersky - Rudger Hauer
Sgt Gustav Wagner - Hartmut Becker
Itzhak Lichtman - Jack Sheperd
Samuel - Emil Wolf
Stanislaw "Schlomo" Szmajzner - Simon Gregor
Oberkapo Porchek - Jason Norman
Moses Szmajzner - Eli Nathenson
Sgt Frenzel - Kurt Raab
Sgt Beckman - Hugo Bower
Selma Wijinberg - Ellis Van
Sgt Bauer - Klaus Crunberg
Naomi - Sara Sugarman
Narrator - Howard Smith
Scene : Sergant Wagner kills Naomi and her baby
a) Camera Angles: The camera did not show the shot of when Naomi and the baby gets shot but the camera was facing Sergant Wagner before the shotting and after the gun shot the camera faces away from Wagner, Naomi and the baby
b)Shots: After the gun shotting the camera changes shots to the other workers that could see and hear the killing, the reaction shot of the working female Jews in the shed and also Samuel and Itzhak in the workshop right next to the shed.
c)Editing: Connecting the two scenes together.
d)Sound: The baby cries as it is disturbed in the particular situtation, Wagner kills the mother (Naomi) but the baby's cries continues then Wagner takes a shot to the baby and the crying stops.
e)Special Effects: Even though all the Sergants in this film have important parts, Sergant Wagner had to be the most darkest character because you realise that even though the day is bright, Wagner's face is always in the shadows.
f)Pace: When a large number of characters are moving quickly in range of the camera the camera tends to stay put and not move for the viewers benifit so that the particular scene isnt too dizzy or messy. When the cameras do move, its usually when the actors are pacing slowly with a small amount of people.
g)Atmosphere: The atomosphere of the film was showing the Jews' point of view so it was...