What distinguishes "Fateless" from other films like "Schindler's List" is its unique emphasis on the dehumanization of the Jews shipped off to places like Auschwitz. Long, detailed and harrowing sequences show how Gyuri's humanity is stripped from him, even as, ironically, the humanity of his fellow inmates helps keep him alive. We haven't seen that take on the Holocaust before and it helps make this film a memorable affair, despite its often repetitive, sluggish bent. Starring Marcell Nagy, Aron Dimeny and Andras M. Keeskes. Directed by Lajos Koltai. Written by Imre Kertesz. Produced by Andras Hamori. A Thinkfilm release. Drama. Not yet rated. English-, German- and Hungarian-language; subtitled. Running time: 114 min.