Synopsis by Hal Erickson
The 93-minute documentary Blood Brothers endeavors to underline the similarities between Hitler's Nazis and Stalin's communists. Narrated by Quentin Reynolds, the film uses archival footage and dramatized reenactments to trace the history of Soviet communism. Special emphasis is given the Hitler-Stalin nonaggression pact of 1939 and the horrors of both German and Russian concentration camps.
archival-footage, Communism, concentration-camp, Germany, Nazism, re-enactment, Soviet