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.
Why Is Paper Clips Rated G?
Paper Clips is rated G
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Obviously this film discusses the Holocaust and shows a few moments of historical footage. We highly recommend parental or teacher guidance while viewing, but the subject is treated in a way that should allow all ages to view this movie.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: Pendin
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DVD Release Date: 7 March 2006
If this limited release film didn’t play at a theater near you, you can now catch Paper Clips on DVD in either a single or double disc version. The 2 Disc Special Edition offers bonus and extended scene as well as interviews with Holocaust Survivors and bonus interview excerpts. Subtitles are available as in Spanish and French.