From The Art and Popular Culture Encyclopedia
"Stalags". is 2007 feature documentary film by Israelian filmmaker Ari Libsker. During the early 1960s in Israel and the Adolf Eichmann trial "Stalags" were pornographic booklet describing masochistic brutal sex relationship between Nazi women warders and concentration camp prisoners. The film analyzes the reasons behind the phenomenon.
On September 6th, 2007 Libsker was interviewed for The New York Times on pre-release of his film. From NYT: “I realized that the first Holocaust pictures I saw, as one who grew up here, were of naked women,” said Ari Libsker, whose documentary film “Stalags: Holocaust and Pornography in Israel” had its premiere at the Jerusalem Film Festival in July and is to be broadcast in October and shown in movie theaters. “We were in elementary school,” he noted. “I remember how embarrassed we were.”.