When a group of students in Whitwell, Tennessee, decided to collect 6 million paper clips to help them visualize how many Jews were killed during Hitler's Nazi regime, they had no idea how their school project would change their perspective, nor how it would attract the attention of the world.
|Theatrical Release||September 7, 2004|
|2004 Arts Alliance America|
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