In our five-star our review of ‘Son of Saul’ we described it as a film you can’t ‘unsee’. The haunted, sunken face of Saul (played by Géza Röhrig), a prisoner in Auschwitz, is impossible to forget. ‘Son of Saul’ immerses the audiences in the horror of the death camp. It’s a film that leaves you shattered, and it’s not alone. Here are ten films that challenged and shocked their audiences.
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