Shut your pieholes, all you whiney dot-commers. You lost your job and you think you have it rough? Try being a Jewish kid in Poland on the eve of the Holocaust.

What had the Academy so up in arms they gave this film a Best Documentary Oscar? Well, believe it or not, some 10,000 very such children got the chance of a lifetime: Escape. Into the Arms of Strangers: Stories of the Kindertransport tells their story, the lucky recipients of a coordinated rescue operation (with the permission of the Third Reich) that removed Jewish and other ethnic children from the ghettos, one boatload at a time.

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