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Unformatted text preview: Swedish government also ran an operation they called Glasshouse where there took in Jews in a shelter and protected them from the Nazi troops. In all, over 30,000 Jewish Hungarian were saved as a result of the efforts of the El Salvadorian and Swedish governments. The film was very effective in conveying its message to me. It used very graphic images of victims of the Holocaust, and contrasted them with images of happy Americans at play during the same time frame. The graphic images and emotional interviews were successful in conveying the atrocities of the Holocaust, and reminded me not to take for granted everything I have in my life and that people can make a difference in the major issues of the world. This is a very relevant message today because of the continuing genocide that continues in certain parts of the world today. Glasshouse stands to remind its viewers that individuals are not helpless to make a big difference in saving lives....
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- Winter '06