‘Transit’ is a Holocaust movie set in the present, and the gimmick is surprisingly effective

The movie “Transit” opens at a cafe in Paris as a police siren wails outside.
The conversation — between two men at a bar making arrangements for transportation — is furtive: “Paris is being sealed off,” one whispers, before handing over letters for his companion, Georg, to deliver to a third man.
Soon after, Georg […]

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