18 May 1939: The Nazi Regime established the largest concentration camp for women, Ravensbrück. 130,000 women and children were deported. 90,000 people died.
Who were the women deported to Ravensbrück? How was life in this inhuman camp organized? What traumatic experiences had to be overcome by the deportees?
Thanks to the testimonies of the last survivors, with the help of experts, 3D models and reconstructions, this poignant film tells the story of this extermination camp through the exceptional destinies of former women deportees.
Direction: Aurélie Chaigneau
Production: La Famiglia for RMC Découverte