Synopsis by Dan Pavlides
The inhabitants of a Yugoslav village are rounded up by the Nazis for their sadistic pleasures. They have all the cloth in town dyed as to upset the burial process that requires a certain shade of fabric to conduct the ceremony properly. A local man who dyes the cloth for the ceremonies is denied the fabric for his own son's burial after he is killed. The Germans fire at will at people for target practice and prey sexually on defenseless victims in this disturbing slice of World War II realism.
atrocity, Nazism, occupation [military], sadist, war, war-atrocities