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Source:  The Wrap

The first time Volker Schlecht heard the stories of women who’d been held in East Germany’s fortress prison for women, Hoheneck, he didn’t think he could find the pictures to do justice to their terrifying tales.  The German animator, who was 21 when the Berlin Wall came down, was too disturbed by what he’d heard.

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