Gray Matter

In Spring of 2002, filmmaker Joe Berlinger ('Brother's Keeper'), travelled to Vienna to observe the burial of preserved brains belonging to over 700 children, victims of medical experiments in a Nazi-run 'euthanasia clinic'. This documenatry traces the disturbing true story of Austrian doctor Heinrich Gross, who was allowed to continue his gruesome practices decades after the end of World War II. Interviews with survivors raise questions of medical ethics and the legacy of the Third Reich.

Year: 2004
Genre: Documentaries, War Docos, General Docos
Country: France, USA
Director: Joe Berlinger
Duration: 59 Minutes
Rating: Ex
Location in store: Documentary (General)



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