A Blue Hole In The Sky is the first Dutch movie to document the murder of nearly one million Roma and Sinti during World War II.
This poignant film tells the gripping story of twelve people who survived the Second World War. During a joint trip to Auschwitz they talk about this for the first time and therefore breaking a taboo. Through sometimes violent and also beautiful images and stories, the spectator is sucked in by a piece of history that everybody has always kept silent about up to now.
- Director: Bob Entrop
- Genre: Documentary
- Duration: 105 minutes
- With: Roger ‘Moreno’ Rathgeb, Lily van Angeren-Franz, Zoni Weisz, Jozef Petalo, Sani van Mullem, Bluma Schattevoet a.o.
- Trailer: A Blue Hole in the Sky on Vimeo
- Language: Dutch Subtitling: English
- 4:3. Audio 5.1