Rudolf Gelbard was a Jewish schoolboy in 1942, when he and his parents were transported from Vienna to the Nazi concentration camp Theresienstadt. In this 2008 Austrian TV documentary he returns to the site of the camp, the 18th-century military garrison town of Terezin in today’s Czech Republic. The narrative contrast between past and present relies more on oral account than archival footage; for visuals of the war years, director Kurt Brazda relies on the notorious propaganda film that presented the town as a comfortable “home” Hitler had created for “resettled” Jews. The eyewitness testimony has merit but fails to enlarge appreciably our knowledge of the Holocaust. In German with subtitles.