Just to give an example, it is estimated that a total of 60 – 80 million people lost their lives during the six-year phase of the massive world war. This number equals to the TOTAL population of present-day France, a country counted among the big European nations. Suffice it say, the content is unnerving for most of us who are accustomed to the domiciliary lifestyle uninterrupted by any major-scale war. But more importantly, the film demonstrates how even simple graphical depictions can make their poignant case, especially when it comes to the intangible yet profound preciousness of a human life.
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