The Report tells the story of two young Slovak Jews – Freddy and Walter – who were deported to Auschwitz in 1942. They managed to escape on 10 April 1944 and compiled a 32-page report about the situation inside the camp. The report included the camp layout, construction details of the gas chambers and furnaces, and a label from a Zyklon B canister, which was extremely convincing. It has since become known as the Vrba-Wetzler Report, and despite its grueling journey out of the camp, it was the first detailed report which the Allies received and regarded as credible. The Vrba-Wetzler Report thus helped to save more than 120 thousand Hungarian Jews from being deported to Auschwitz.
Director: Peter Bebjak
Screenplay: Josef Pešták, Peter Bebjak
Story by: Alfred Wetzler "Čo Dante nevidel"
Director of photography: Martin Žiaran
Starring: Noela Czuczora, Peter Ondrejicka, Jan Nedbal
Production designer: Petr Synek
Co-producer: Evolution Films, Česká televize, Ostlicht Filmproduktion
Producenty za Slovenskou republiku jsou společnosti DNA Production a RTVS