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On 31 September 1940, Wilhelm Brasse, Polish soldier and portrait photographer, becomes inmate No. 3444 in Auschwitz. The SS made him photograph thousands of fellow inmates for the camp files. Now the 80-year-old Brasse was tracked down in the Carpathians. After the war, he never touched a camera again: a must-see and distressing portrait of one man's destiny.